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Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016) spotted on benchmarks with quad-core processor and Marshmallow

After an import listing revealed its existence, the Galaxy J2 (2016), has just made an appearance on benchmarking database GeekBench bearing the model number SM-J210F. The site has revealed some of the hardware specs of the smartphone and we’re fairly impressed. For starters, the device is shown to be coming with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow by default, which has been the case with recent 2016 Samsung phones.

The new Galaxy J2 is also shown to be sporting a quad-core 1.5 GHz processor (Spreadtrum SC8830), along with 1.5GB of RAM. Sadly, this is all that the listing reveals as of now, although we’re hoping to find out more in the days to come. We wouldn’t be surprised if Samsung retains the same 4.7-inch display as the original Galaxy J2.

Don’t forget to check out our Galaxy J3 (2016) review!

Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016) spotted on benchmarks with quad-core processor and Marshmallow

Thanks for the tip asgar53!

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sanayp
sanayp

That’s worse score than original J2