Alleged Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018) stops by at FCC and GeekBench

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Earlier today, we dug up some info on an alleged Galaxy A6 and A6+ pair, currently in the works. Some extra snooping around also led us to interesting finds on a few other Samsung devices, all bearing the SM-J720 model number, in a few typical variants – M, D/DS, F and F/DS. Examining current and old J-series model numbers leads us to believe this is likely the Galaxy J7 (2018). On to particulars, then. FCC documentation is rarely very descriptive in terms of internals, but it does cite exact dimensions for the device – 153mm x 76mm. With diagonal measurement set at 162mm for the…

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Samsung Galaxy Note9 stops by Geekbench with Android 8.1 on board

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The Galaxy S9 and S9+ have been official for around a month now, so it’s time for the upcoming Galaxy Note9 to start leaking much more than before. Today the device has been spotted in the Geekbench database. Specifically it’s the SM-N960U model, the one that will be sold in North America. It’s rocking the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC unsurprisingly, just like the US-bound S9 duo. The Note9 also features 6GB of RAM, like its predecessor. Interestingly, the prototype that ran Geekbench had Android 8.1 Oreo on board. That’s of note because the S9 and S9+ launched with Android 8.0, and…

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NS P7819 with Snapdragon 845, Android 8.1 surfaces in Geekbench, AnTuTu benchmarks, rumored to be OnePlus 6

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A mysterious smartphone codenamed NS P7819 has surfaced on Geekbench and AnTuTu, which is rumored to be a prototype of the OnePlus 6. This reveals Snapdragon 845 SoC, 6GB RAM and Android 8.1 for the phone. AnTuTu listing also reveals 64GB storage and a Full HD+ display. In Geekbench is has posted 2546 points for single-core and 8672 points for multi-core and in AnTuTu it has posted 263398 points, on par with other Snapdragon 845-powered smartphones. Recently leaked AnTuTu benchmark scores revealed  276510 points for the phone beating the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s, which could be the score of 8GB RAM version of the phone. OnePlus 6 is said to feature a 6.28-inch (2280 × 1080 pixels) Full HD+ 19:9 aspect ratio OLED display, 16MP + 20MP dual rear cameras and a 20MP similar to the R15 Dream Mirror Edition that was introduced last week. There are also rumors of Ceramic Edition of the phone arriving along with the standard version. The OnePlus 6 might be launching in the Q2 2018, around the time of June much like previous OnePlus flagships. Source 1, 2 | Via
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Huawei P20 Pro stops by Geekbench

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Huawei is launching the P20 Pro next week, but the leak train is already at full speed. The phone, codenamed Charlotte, will have Kirin 970 chipset and run Android 8.1 as confirmed by a Geekbench listings. The Huawei P20 Pro, listed with 6 GB RAM, reached impressive numbers that are even higher than the leaked benchmarks of the vanilla Huawei P20. JRGRAPH_EXPANDABLE_VERSION = false; GeekBench 4.2 (multi-core) Higher is better Samsung Galaxy S9 8830 Sony Xperia XZ2 8466 Huawei P20 Pro (unofficial) 6729 Huawei Mate 10 …

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Xiaomi Blackshark SKR-A0 spotted on GeekBench

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Xiaomi seems to have a lot of exiting hardware in the pipleline at the moment. We are still anxiously awaiting the Mi Mix 2s, with its alleged next-gen full-screen display design. All the while another intriguing device is appearing on our radars every now and then. A recent GeekBench listing sheds a bit more light on the phone, designated as the Xiaomi Blackshark SKR-A0. The benchmark report shows a Snapdragon 845 chipset and 8GB of RAM. The scores themselves are surprisingly high, even for Qualcomm’s latest silicon. Insider sources claim this this is due to a new aviation-class…

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Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ potentially spotted at Geekbench

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Samsung’s A-series spans the range of smartphone sizes from big to small, but it has gaps – there’s an A5 and an A7, but no A6. Or is there? A Samsung SM-A600FN and an SM-A605G showed up on Geekbench. If they follow Samsung’s typical naming convention, they will be the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ (hopefully with a year attached, to keep things consistent). It’s not a given, though, the Galaxy A8 (2018) is A530. Geekbench scores: Samsung SM-A600FN (Galaxy A6?) • Samsung SM-A605G (A6+?) Anyway, the Galaxy A6 is powered by a Exynos 7870 chipset previously seen in the A3 (2017) and…

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vivo X21 with under-display fingerprint sensor stops by Geekbench too

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vivo is going to unveil the X21 at an event in China on March 19, and now that we’re only a few days away from that a prototype has been spotted in the Geekbench database. As usual, this reveals some of the phone’s specs. Note that the device that was benchmarked is the UD version, as you can see from the screenshot, which means it will have an under-display fingerprint sensor. The vivo X20 Plus UD was the first smartphone in the world to employ this tech, and the X21 is probably going to be the successor to the smaller X20 that was released last October. The vivo X21 UD comes with…

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Huawei P20 goes to Geekbench running Android 8.1

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The Huawei P20 – code name Emily or EML-L29 – took its Kirin 970 chipset for a run in the Geekbench fields. The chip performed as expected and seeing Android 8.1 as the software version was a pleasant surprise. The Oreo will be topped with EMUI, of course, but Huawei has really made an effort to keep the software fresh recently. 4GB of RAM isn’t ideal for a flagship (it matches the P20 Lite) but it’s not a dealbreaker either. JRGRAPH_EXPANDABLE_VERSION = false; JRGRAPH_EXPANDABLE_VERSION = false; GeekBench 4.1 (multi-core) Higher is better Samsung Galaxy…

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Asus Zenfone 5 Max flaunts Snapdragon 660 on Geekbench

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Asus announced the Zenfone 5 series back at the Mobile World Congress – the range topping Zenfone 5z, the middle ground Zenfone 5 and the midrange Zenfone 5 Lite but there was no mention of a Zenfone 5 Max. Well, the phone is real, but not ready for announcement just yet. After it got its Wi-Fi certification it’s now made an appearance on Geekbench, touting a Snapdragon 660 chipset with 4GB of RAM and Android 8.0 Oreo. The Geekbench scorecard doesn’t reveal much other meaningful information about the Zenfone 5 Max, but we bet more leaks are on the way to fill us in. Via

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Samsung Galaxy J8+ hits Geekbench with Snapdragon 625

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The Samsung Galaxy J8 is back at Geekbench, but this time with a different chipset. A couple of weeks ago we saw it with an Exynos 7870 chipset at its heart (that was the SM-J800FN version), now there’s a Snapdragon 625 there (this is the SM-J805G version). This could be a “Plus” model, Galaxy J8+, with a slightly faster chipset and more memory. Both versions of the phone ran Android 8.0 Oreo. This J805G model has 4GB of RAM while the previous model we saw had 3GB. Both chipsets have octa-core Cortex-A53 processor but are clocked differently – 1.8GHz vs. 1.6GHz in favor of the Galaxy…

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