Samsung Galaxy J8+ hits Geekbench with Snapdragon 625


The Samsung Galaxy J8 is again at Geekbench, however this time with a special chipset. A few weeks in the past we noticed it with an Exynos 7870 chipset at its coronary heart (that was the SM-J800FN model), now there’s a Snapdragon 625 there (that is the SM-J805G model).

This could possibly be a “Plus” mannequin, Galaxy J8+, with a barely quicker chipset and extra reminiscence. Each variations of the cellphone ran Android Oreo.

This J805G mannequin has 4GB of RAM whereas the earlier mannequin we noticed had 3GB. Each chipsets have octa-core Cortex-A53 processor however are clocked in a different way – 1.8GHz vs. 1.6GHz in favor of the Galaxy J8+.

Even so, the efficiency is basically the identical:

GeekBench four.1 (single-core)

Greater is best

  • Galaxy J8+(SM-J805G)
  • Galaxy J8 (SM-J800FN)

GeekBench four.1 (multi-core)

Greater is best

  • Galaxy J8+ (SM-J805G)
  • Galaxy J8 (SM-J800FN)

We suspect that the storage will likely be completely different too with the suitable improve in worth. It stays to be seen if there will likely be a non-Plus model (J800) with a Snapdragon chipset or not.

That apart, the FN model will doubtless be out there in Europe, Asia and the Center East whereas the G model might be headed to South America and components of Asia.

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