Samsung Galaxy Mega On / Galaxy O7 specs listed by leaked AnTuTu benchmark result

A new benchmark leak seems to confirm the previously rumored specs of the SM-G600, a new Samsung smartphone said to be called either the Galaxy O7 or the Galaxy Mega On.

Although Samsung already has a wide range of smartphone models currently on sale, rumors and leaks are mounting up to suggest that the company will soon release a brand new smartphone series. Initially, we've heard that Samsung's new lineup will be called the Galaxy O, but fresher info suggests that the phones will actually carry the Galaxy On branding.

Yesterday, insider sources quoted by Sammobile claimed to shed some light on the hardware specs of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Grand On and Galaxy Mega On, allegedly the first two handsets in Samsung's upcoming smartphone lineup. A recently-discovered leaked AnTuTu benchmark result seems to back up the specs of the larger of the two handsets.

The leaked benchmark result reveals specs such as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset paired with a single GB of RAM, 8GB of integrated storage (probably expandable via microSD), a display with a resolution of 720 by 1280 pixels, a 13MP primary camera, and a 5MP secondary shooter. Now, while the benchmark doesn't list the size of the display, Sammobile claims that the Samsung Galaxy Mega On will come with a 5.5-inch panel. On the software side, the benchmark lists Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, the latest Android version currently available. 

Overall, the handset doesn't seem to come with impressive specs. In fact, the hardware is highly similar to what the entry-level Samsung Galaxy E7 has to offer, which leads us to believe that the design will be the differentiating element between the Galaxy Mega On / Galaxy O7 and other Samsung smartphones based on the same specs.

source: Weibo via GforGames

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