We reported before about the SM-G8850 Samsung Galaxy S9 as mini dual sim here with these specifications and we are adding as NEW the ones on the AnTuTu benchmark list:
5.8 inch screen/5.6 rounded. QHD+ S-AMOLED NEW 2220x1080px
3000 mAH Battery
Dual SIM card
Octa Core 2.8GHz NEW Qualcomm SnapDragon 660 with Adreno 512
NEW ROM 64GB
Dual cameras 8 MP each NEW to be confirmed.
expansion card up to 256GB
Video shooting support 1080p
colors: black and blue
The listing revealed the upcoming smartphone would sport the same glass and metal sandwich design as the Galaxy S9 duo, but it will feature a smaller display (5.6-inch one, to be precise) with lower resolution.
To the back of the S9 Mini, there are two vertically aligned cameras same as the ones present on the iPhone X. They’re said to be two 12MP sensors without the variable aperture feature which we saw on the Galaxy S9, but they’ll be capable mid-range cameras. There will be an 8MP front-facing camera, and the phone will be armed with a 3000mAh battery.
The interesting thing here is that on Geekbench the cpu is also Snapdragon 660 but the model number is SM-G8750 instead of SM-G8850, the first with a single SIM and the second with a dual SIM.
The question is : Are both of them a mini version of the Galaxy S9? Which of them is the Galaxy S9 Lite code name A Star? Which is going to see the light on the real world?
The device on AnTuTu benchmark achieved a score of 136483, which is in-line with other Snapdragon 660 devices available in the market today such as the Nokia 7 Plus, Xiaomi Mi Note 3 and more.
With the device paying a visit to the benchmark apps, it is safe to presume the launch date is nearing.
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