One of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy M series phones, Galaxy M2, appears on the Geekbench with scores which are slightly better than what can be expected from Samsung’s entry-level smartphone.
Samsung which is replacing the Galaxy J, Galaxy On (which was instead a rebranding of Galaxy J for the online selling) and Galaxy C series with the upcoming Galaxy M series might offer an infinity display, but that is not confirmed as not much has been revealed about the phones.
Just recently, Galaxy M20 or Galaxy M2, likely names for SM-M205F appeared on the popular Geekbench benchmarking site where it showed to have powered by an Exynos 7885 chipset, the same that we saw in Galaxy A7 (2018). The result shows a score of 1319 on single core and 4074 on the multicore.
It’s a 14nm chipset with two better performing Cortex A73 cores and six relatively slower A53 cores along with Mali-G71 MP2. The phone won’t be coming with Android P (pie) out of the box but rather Android Oreo (8.1) which is shown in the result.
The phone is likely coming with 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB variants and a display resolution of 2340px x 1080px on an LCD screen, possibly, for keeping the cost low.
We will keep updating soon as we get to know about more specs on different models of the M series.