Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 shows up on GeekBench, pours out key specs
Late last month, we saw a Samsung unit which had a model number of SM-G390F get its certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance and then, we guessed from the model number that this could just be the Galaxy Xcover 4. Well, we have been able to see the same unit show up on Geekbench and from the benchmark, we don’t think we are very wrong.
Already, we know that the device would run on the Nougat as had been revealed by the W-Fi results from last year, but the new benchmark listing does open our eyes to a number of other things.
For example, we now know that the handset would carry an Exynos 7570 chipset under the hood and asides from that, pack an impressive 2GB of RAM too. For now, that is just about as much as we know about the device, and there hasn’t been the faintest leak as to the release date or pricing information.
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