Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 shows up on Geekbench – 2GB RAM and Android Nougat on board

Samsung Galaxy J7 2017

Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 is the next in line to be launched after the South Korean tech giant recently updated the Galaxy A and Galaxy C series.

The tech giant has recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro in China and is expected to follow suit with the Galaxy C5 Pro. The Galaxy C9 Pro had already been released last year and while the Galaxy A series has already been launched, the phones are not yet available for purchase just yet.

From the back of launching Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge that is exclusive to Sprint, the company has now turned its attention to the Galaxy J7 2017. Apparently, the phone has appeared in a Geekbench benchmark test and so far we have eyes on a number of vital specs expected on board thanks to the ever-resourceful SlashLeaks. For starters, it has been revealed that the Galaxy J7 2017 will carry model number SM-J727P, with the ‘P’ probably meaning that the benchmarked model is destined for Sprint.

Samsung Galaxy J7 2017

Other than giving out details of the model number, we also know that Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 will be shipping with the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. This was expected, especially after the phone emerged a few days ago at the Wi-Fi Alliance center with the same OS on board. The benchmarking site also reveals that the J7 2017 will be equipped with 2GB RAM that is paired with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor clocked at an impressive speed of 2.21GHz.

During the tests, this Galaxy J7 2017 model managed a score of 889 on single-core tests while it managed a score of 4200 on multi-core tests. But be warned that this is not official and is based on leaks, which could change in future. If anything, take everything with a grain of salt.

If all is well, we should be able to see Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 released in the coming weeks, if not days.

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