Samsung Galaxy J3 (2018) visits GFXbench. Specifications inside

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The Exynos 8895 chipset that is present under the hood of 2017 flagship smartphones by Samsung such as Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 is the first generation 10nm chipset from the company. Switching to an infinity display for a smaller sized device is a very feature to be seen and this decision from the South Korean giant can boost up the sales for its upcoming flagship phones.

As per the listing, an global unlocked variant bearing model number SM-A530F has been tested and it could be the Galaxy A5 (2018). The display on the handset is rumored to have a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It may come as a disappoint to many fans as it was speculated that the chipset powering the Samsung Galaxy S9 duo would be powered by an Exynos processor made on the 8nm process. The processor has been paired with a Mali-G71 GPU and 2GB of RAM. There is no information about its battery or expandable memory in the listing. There is a 5MP front-facing camera for selfies.

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It's a 20% improvement in other words, and should mean that the Galaxy S9 - or whatever phones get this chip - can download an HD movie within 10 seconds, and the chip could also eliminate buffering when live-streaming or having video calls. We can expect this smartphone to go official by the end of this year or early next year.

As of now it's not clear whether the GFXBench listing is the Galaxy J3 (2018) or a variant of the same. However, the SM-J337 seems to feature a downgraded rear camera. We suspect Samsung could be getting ready to launch the devices in January. Previously, we've seen a number of markets, including the USA and China, receive Sammy phones powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipsets. We can also assume that the Galaxy A7 (2018) will also get the similar display as Samsung always maintains uniformity.

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