Samsung has been tirelessly working to dominate the entry-level segment after Xiaomi entered the space with its affordable smartphones. The company is now giving it another try as it is looking to overhaul its entry-level and budget segment offerings. While the South Korean company has lately been in the news for working on high-end Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy X phones, a new report now suggests the there could be another phone in the offing for the entry-level and budget tier. This new budget smartphone from Samsung could run on Android Oreo (Go edition) and take on the Xiaomi Redmi 5A. According to a report by SamMobile, a Samsung device has been spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking website with some key specifications and Android 8.1 Oreo as the OS version. The device bears a codename SM-J260G along with entry-level specifications such as 1GB of RAM, which is the primary requirement for the Android Oreo (Go edition). The device is also said to pack a modified version of the Exynos 7570 processor with four ARM Cortex-A53 cores running at 1.43GHz. The smartphone has been marked in the listing as \u2018Universal7570_Go\u2019 - another clue to speculating the presence of Android Oreo (Go edition). Further, the report says that Samsung might launch this device commercially as Galaxy J2 Core. The smartphone could be a part of the Samsung Galaxy J series, surprisingly, which is targeted at the mid-budget segment while it is the Galaxy On series that falls in the budget tier. Samsung has not officially confirmed if it\u2019s working on a smartphone running on the storage-friendly version on Android Oreo. Anyway, it is plausible that Samsung has not been able to attract the customers towards its entry-level offerings against Xiaomi, which dominates the tier in India.