The device is codenamed as SM-M025F
GSM Arena reported about a new handset listed in GeekBench, as Samsung’s Galaxy M02. This is having Android 10 OS, 3GB of RAM and an ARM-based Qualcomm chip. The device was named as SM-M025F, and possibly be running on a Snapdragon 450 SoC since it’s listed to be an octa-core processor with 1.8GHz as base clocking speed.
Samsung Galaxy M02 GeekBench listing reveals Quad-Core Snapdragon 450 and 3GB RAM
Samsung is trying to replicate the success it has achieved in the premium segment in the budget segment. While the company has already made a fresh mark with Galaxy M-series and A-series, it’s now extending the series with new phones. Adding to this model line are the Galaxy M02 and Galaxy A02 handsets.
While the Galaxy A02 was listed earlier, the Galaxy M02 is listed now. This reveals some of its specifications like it’s said to be coming with Android 10 out-of-the-box and has 3GB of RAM. With a model number of SM-M025F, this handset is said to run on a Qualcomm octa-core processor, having a base clock speed of 1.8GHz, hinting it to be a Snapdragon 450 SoC.
This makes the phone to be a budget handset, probably under $100-$150 range. The GeekBench benchmark scores tell the chipset’s single-core count to be of 128 points, whereas the multi-core score to be at 486 points. There’s yet another handset listed in Bluetooth’s SIG site, named as SM-A025F.
And since both these handsets were listed in the same document, we can assume Samsung to release one handset, with different names in different markets. If this is the case, it’s reported to run on Snapdragon 450 SoC, have a 5.7″ HD+ display with 3,500 mAh battery.
Also, it may have dual rear cameras as a 13-megapixel as a primary sensor and a 2-megapixel lens as a depth sensor. Upfront, it’s touted to have an 8-megapixel lens as a selfie camera.
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