Not so long ago in a synthetic test GFXbench appeared an updated version of the smartphone Galaxy J7 (2016). And now, after nearly two weeks, the device is tested in the benchmark again.
At this time, the smartphone was in GeekBench database and data of this website differ from the information GFXbench. It seems that as is the case with its predecessor, the original Galaxy J7, Samsung will release two new models – one that will run on a processor from Qualcomm’s, will equip the second chipset of its own production, the Exynos.
However, the interesting fact that the Exynos chip in J7 (2016) is a completely new solution, namely Exynos 7870. Probably, this SoC is the successor Exynos 7580, which you can see in the previous Galaxy J7. The novelty consists of eight Cortex-A53 cores clocked at up to 1.7 GHz, at least according to the results of synthetic tests.
Unlike the Snapdragon-version (3 GB of RAM and a display Full HD), the Galaxy J7 has 2 GB of RAM and a 5.5-inch HD-display. The volume of internal memory is 16 GB, primary camera has resolution of 13 megapixels, and the front – 5 megapixels.
Unannounced smartphone running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, so it is likely that the device will run with this operating system version.