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Samsung SM-G8850 spotted on AnTuTu with Snapdragon 660, 4GB RAM

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A yet to be released smartphone from Samsung has showcased its raw power on AnTuTu. The listing confirms that the phone codenamed SM-G8850 will be powered by Snapdragon 660 chipset.

According to the listing, apart from the Snapdragon 660, the phone is said to come with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. The screen is said to have a 2220x1080px resolution. The phone is said to run on Android 8.0 Oreo with most probably Samsung Experience on top. Keeping up with other 660 powered phones, the phone scored 136483 points on AnTuTu.

The phone is rumored to come with a 5.8” Quad HD Super AMOLED display, with Infinity Edges. For the processor, the phone might go for the Octa-core Snapdragon 660 chipset with Adreno 512 GPU or the Samsung homegrown Octa-core Exynos 9810 processor with a Mali G72MP18 GPU. Apart from the base 4 GB RAM/ 64 GB storage variant, there’s also a 6 GB RAM/ 128 GB storage model. The phone is expected to come with storage expansion option up to 400 GB via a microSD. The phone might come with a hybrid Dual SIM solution, so you need to sacrifice the secondary nano-SIM slot the storage expansion.

As for the cameras, the phone is said to pack a dual camera combination on the rear in a 12 MP + 12 MP configuration. There’s also an LED flash, alongside the dual 12 MP cameras. To the front, we can expect to see an 8 MP autofocus front-facing camera, with a wide-angle lens covering the sensor.

Additionally, the phone is said to be IP68 Certified Water and Dust Resistant. The phone is said to house a 3000 mAh battery which supports fast charging via the USB 3.1 type C port. For connectivity, the phone might be coming with 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac dual-band Wi-Fi, VHT80 MU-MIMO Bluetooth 5(LE), GPS with GLONASS support, NFC & MST.

As for the color options, it might come in Black and Blue. The SM-G8850 might be the Samsung S9 Mini, which is rumored to be launched, soon.

Quick Disclaimer: The specifications mentioned are just speculations and shouldn’t be taken too seriously.

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