Samsung Galaxy M2 packing Exynos 7885 chipset goes through Geekbench
The first benchmark result of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy M series has surfaced in the Geekbench database. Passing by the SM-M205F demonstrate name, this should be a "Samsung Galaxy M2".
The telephone is controlled by an Exynos 7885 chipset, the same one used in the 2018 version of some Galaxy A phones, including the ongoing Galaxy A7 (2018). The telephone stuffed 3GB of RAM, which will probably be combined with 32GB storage (there should be a 64GB one, conceivably with 4GB of RAM).
That is a more amazing chipset than we expected out of the M-series, which takes over from the Galaxy On models, which were rebranded Galaxy J phones offered online as it were. The Galaxy J2 Core, for instance, uses an Exynos 7570 chipset with a quad-center processor. Indeed, even the Galaxy J6+ needed to settle for a Snapdragon 425 (also quad-center CPU).
The 7885 is a 14nm chip with two generally fast Cortex-A73 cores and six A53 cores, plus a Mali-G71 GPU. Remember that the Galaxy M2 is unmistakably gone for the passage level and this is a mid-extend chip.