Samsung Galaxy S9 mini surfaces in benchmark test with SD-660, 4GB of RAM and Android Oreo?

The last "mini" handset launched by Samsung was the Galaxy S5 mini, which was released in 2014. Now, it appears as though Samsung is going to bring back a mini version of its latest flagship phone. That is, if a Geekbench listing is legitimate. According to the benchmark test, the Galaxy S9 mini has a model number of SM-G8750, and will feature the Snapdragon 660 mobile platform under the hood. The chipset carries an octa-core CPU and the Adreno 512 GPU...
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14. 92raja

Posts: 2; Member since: Mar 24, 2018

Only APPLE understands what’s compact and handy phone .......

15. CreeDiddy

Posts: 2206; Member since: Nov 04, 2011

Samsung needs to learn how to minimize their sku’s...this is a result of releasing phones that creates so much manufacturing overhead...

24. iushnt

Posts: 3105; Member since: Feb 06, 2013

I am sure they understand the best than any of us here.

31. worldpeace

Posts: 3135; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

They understand that, and that's why they stay at top smartphone manufacturers for years

33. Nabil111

Posts: 105; Member since: Apr 14, 2014

This has been a criticism of Samsung for years, they always release 100 phones each year, and you just look at them, like their tablet lineup and just wonder wtf... like 10 variants with basically the same specs, or they were too cheap to put X in one, so the next version, it has X but they made Y not as good.

20. libra89

Posts: 2281; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

This happened last year too. I'll believe it when I see it.

22. BGChicago

Posts: 225; Member since: Nov 16, 2014

S660 and 5" (1080p) will be a solid base for great battery life. Hopefully they deliver.

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