Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) hits Geekbench, reveals quad-core CPU and 1.5GB of RAM on board
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) is run through Geekbench
Earlier this month, India's Zauba web site alerted us to the testing of a device that appeared to be the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) based on its model number. The OG Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime was model number SM-G531, and the phone listed on Zauba was SM-G532. Thanks to a benchmark test that was run on the sequel, we have some information pertaining to the phone's specs.
The new evidence appears in the form of a Geekbench test for model SM-G532, the same model that was listed on Zauba. The benchmark test revealed that the device is powered by a chipset sporting a quad-core CPU clocked at 1.44GHz. The handset will be equipped with 1.5GHz of RAM. The OG model was powered by a Snapdragon 410 SoC and also featured 1.5GB of RAM. Thanks to the Zauba post, we know that the Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) will feature a 5-inch screen, just like the first-generation model. Android 6.0.1 will be pre-installed.
The phone was put through three tests and the final run through produced the best score. The highest single-core test result was 599 score, with a 1790 tally for the multi-core test.