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We have a real treat for you today as all major specs regarding the Galaxy A7 (2018) has been revealed, along with a Geekbench score that shows off the Samsung Exynos 7885's processing power as well. Check out the screenshot above and the small spec sheet below to know more.


Revealed Specs


Model Number: SM-A730F

Display: 1080p Infinity Display (Super AMOLED)

SoC: Exynos 7885/Snapdragon 660

6GB of RAM

Android Nougat 7.1.1 Nougat /Android 8.0 Oreo


Geekbench Score


1486 - Single-core

4145 - Multi-core



Although the designs seen previously does indicate that the A7 (2017) will sport an Infinity display as seen only on the Galaxy S8, S8+ and the Note 8 so far, we are not sure whether or not it's something that you can bank on. After all, the Infinity display on all these devices has so far been curved and the chances of Samsung introducing curved displays to even their mid-rangers are somewhat unlikely. Even if they do decide to go with a flat, borderless display, that would be something totally new and we have not yet heard of any such production plans! Nevertheless, the A7 (2018) should be a decently powerful handset in the mid-range segment, especially given that it will carry the new chip and 6 gigs of RAM.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



It seems that the much awaited update to Android Nougat 7.0 for the Galaxy S6 isn't as far away as it was previously thought. A recent score on the Geekbench 4.0.3 benchmarking app clearly shows the Galaxy S6 running on Android 7.0 Nougat. Samsung usually tests out its devices with the latest Android OS on popular benchmarking apps, prior to releasing the final version. Therefore, the final build might be ready to roll out sooner than we thought.



Although the phone is almost two years old now, the scores are still pretty impressive at 1369 for Single-Core and 4577 for Multi-Core. They are in fact, even higher than what we are used to seeing on the Android Marshmallow versions. Then again, the entire thing could be fake as the Nougat update is still at its beta stage even on the S7 and S7 Edge.



The results were reportedly found on GFXBench, which seems to have removed the report from their database since then. Check out the screenshots, as published by GalaxyClub to take a look at what we are talking about here.


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