The new Galaxy A series is expected to be released in January so there’s not much time left, only two month, but for a final benchmark test is still kinda early.
Anyway, a Samsung device, dubbed SM-A730F, which is a clear indicator for a Galaxy A7 2018, was spotted as Geekbench. Even though there’s nothing much to look at, because Geekbench is not as offering as GFXBench or AnTuTu for example, we do find some interesting stuff.
According to the listings, Galaxy A7 2018 will pe powered by an Exynos 7885 chipset, with an 1.6GHz octa-core processor and 6GB of RAM. That’s more that Galaxy S8 has, this year’s first flagship from Samsung.
Other rumors suggest a 6-inch Full HD+ Infinity Display, fingerprint reader mounted at the back and a Bixby button, all features introduced on this year flagship lineup from Samsung. So we’re looking for Samsung’s next generation of mid-range series.