After the avalanche of models that it has introduced Samsung in series, one might think that we would not have new models of Samsung for a time, and we would be mistaken. If we take into account the information collected Geekbench and various certifications would be by getting one more: the Samsung Galaxy M40.
With the unmistakable model name SM-M405F, the last track are a handful of benchmarks listed in Geekbench with data that is fairly consistent, and that we shed some clues about the specifications that we can expect in which, supposedly, will replace the Galaxy M30 as a stop of its range.
Now with Snapdragon 675
today, there are a total of four benchmarks in the Geekbench on this model. They are all from the same day and maybe the same phone, because the results are quite consistent in all cases with a score in the test of a single core about the 2360 points and 6450 for the multicore.
As always, Geekbench throws us some additional data on the terminal. It should be noted that have installed Android Foot, something we can take for granted already with the beta version of Android Q a very advanced, but to put in perspective to remember that the other Samsung Galaxy M came out with a Oreo.
Another detail is that you have Snapdragon 675, here pictured under your name in the key sm6150, and 6 GB of RAM. It is the same amount of RAM available on the Samsung Galaxy M30, but it mounts the Exynos 7904 own.
Other rumors speak of that would have 128 GB of storage, but otherwise we don’t know much more of him, including the details of your screen, camera or battery. Taking into account that Samsung Galaxy M30 battery of 5,000 mAh and camera triple, the normal thing is to repeat the configuration with better specs, but with Samsung you never know.
Via | Sammobile
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The news Samsung Galaxy M40 spotted on Geekbench running Android Foot and Snapdragon 675 was originally published in Xataka Android by Ivan Ramirez .
May 6, 2019
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