The Samsung Galaxy J4 will be an entry level segment smartphone with an upgraded spec compared to the Galaxy J3 2017
Last week, in a list of smartphones that will support the beta build of Android 8.0 Oreo for Galaxy Note 8, the Galaxy J4 was mentioned as “j4lite”. Now, a Samsung smartphone with model number SM-J400F has been spotted on benchmarking platform GeekBench, and it speculated that it is the same smartphone that was mentioned as “j4lite”.
According to GeekBench, the SM-J400F will be powered by an Exynos 7570 coupled with 2 GB of RAM. The chipset is the same that is found on other budgets segment devices such as the Galaxy J3 2017 and Galaxy Xcover 4. The smartphone will be running Android 8.0 Oreo which will be enhanced by the Samsung Experience UI.
In the GeekBench scorecard, the Galaxy J4 or j4lite managed to score 623 in the single core test while managing a score of 1815 in multi-core test. The scorecard confirms that it will be an entry-level budget smartphone with some upgraded specs over the Galaxy 3 2017. As of now, there is no information about the design or the display size. But it’s expected to appear soon in other benchmarking websites as well.
The smartphone will not be the first Samsung J series smartphone of this year. Previously the South Korean manufacturer launched the Galaxy J2 Pro 2018 and if rumours are to be believed Samsung will be launching other J series smartphones as well including the Galaxy J3 2018, Galaxy J3 Neo, Galaxy J6, Galaxy J7 2018 and the Galaxy J8.