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GeekBenchmark indicates a Snapdragon variant of Samsung Galaxy J7

01 April 2016 0

We’ve been sharing the details of Samsung’s Galaxy J7 2016 since the device is in rumours. We have tracked the device when it was appeared in Benchmark test, Bluetooth certification, Fcc certification and its leaked images ahead of official launch. Finally, the device was officially launched this week which was pretty much in line with earlier rumours and leaks.

Initially, we have rumours that device will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 629 Soc but later these rumours were deflated. Before the official launch, it was confirmed that device will be having Exynos 7870 Soc.

Today, another variant of Galaxy J7 (2016) appeared on Geekbench listing with a model number SM-J7109. This device is being powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor with 3GB of RAM. Surprisingly 3GB RAM is matching the earlier leaks of J7.


The new Snapdragon processor is a clear indication that Samsung will be releasing a global variant of its Galaxy J7 with a new processor. The device is recently released in China with Snapdragon 629 Soc. For interested buyers, it’s important to mention that J7 will be featuring a 5.5 inches Full HD display with a screen resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.

The base model is featuring 16GB of internal storage and 3GB of RAM. The J7 2016 rear camera is of 13MP whereas the front facing camera is of 5MP. A 3,300mAh battery will be keeping lights on of the device. For Samsung Pay support, Samsung included an embedded fingerprint scanner.

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