New Samsung Smartphone 'SM-G615F' Appears On GFXBench, Is This The Galaxy On7 Pro Successor?
A new Samsung smartphone was spotted in the GFXBench database. The device was identified as model number "SM-G615F" and based on its specs and features, it could be the successor for the Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro, a mid-range phone that sported the model number "SM-G600F",which was released in July last year.
The SM-G615F features a 5.7-inch display with a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. There is no information regarding what screen type will it feature, but if it is really the sequel to the Galaxy On7 Pro, it could be a TFT capacitive touchscreen.
Surprisingly, it does not come with a Snapdragon chipset. Instead, it will be packing a MediaTek MT6764 chip. Its CPU is an eight Cortex-A53 and the GPU is an ARM Mali-T880 MP2 dual-core chip. The operating system for this device is Android 7.0 Nougat.
The internal memory storage capacity for the "SM-G615F" is 32 GB with 3 GB of RAM. There was no mention if it will have an expandable memory option like the first Galaxy On7 Pro.
Regarding its camera specs, the "SM-G615F" will have a 12 MP rear camera that features autofocus, face detection and HDR photo. At the front, it will also have a 12 MP sensor that is capable of recording videos at 1080p.
GFXBench did a software test on the "SM-G615F". As noted, the device scored 228 frames in the 1440p Manhattan 3.1.1 Offscreen benchmark, while topping 1254 and 1298 frames in the T-Rex (OpenGL ES 2.0) Onscreen and Offscreen bechmarks.
Is It Really The Successor To The Samsung On7 Pro?
As of now, there is no solid proof yet if the SM-G615F is really the sequel to the "SM-G6007" (aka Samsung On7 Pro) aside from the reports claiming it could be. There are many discrepancies with the two devices, especially with the screen size and the chipset.
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