We are less than a week away from Samsung’s India unveiling event which is tipped to hold in Mumbai, India. While all indications point toward the arrival of the Galaxy J6, Galaxy J4 and possibly the introduction of the Galaxy A6 (2018) duo to the Indian market, a new Samsung Galaxy device has made its way to the benchmarks – a good indication that it is very well due to arrive.
A new smartphone from Samsung with the model number (SM-J737A) has been spotted on Geekbench database, revealing a few of its basic specs. The device which had earlier appeared on the Wi-Fi certification’s website is rumored to be the Galaxy J7 (2018).
The benchmark listing reveals that the alleged Galaxy J7 (2018) will be powered by the in-house Exynos 7870 Octa processor, which is the same chipset found in the recently unveiled Galaxy J7 prime 2. The latest benchmark further mentioned that the alleged Galaxy J7 (2018) will come with 2GB of RAM, and will boot Android Oreo out of the box.
The benchmark scores are quite similar to those of some previously benchmarked Galaxy devices pulling a total of 737 points on the single-core test and 3722 points on the multiple-core test.
Samsung has a launch event scheduled for May 21 in India, however, it hasn’t announced what product/s could be launched on the said date.