It seems that Samsung is getting itself ready to release a successor to last year's Galaxy J2. Indeed, rumors and leaked specs for the Galaxy J2 (2016) made an entree on the holy trinity - Geekbench, GFXBench, and AnTuTu. Needless to say, we learned almost all there is to know about this upcoming entry-level device. We only need images of the device to appear on TENAA and we can safely call it a day!
We already know the phone will most likely boast a 5" 720p display, an entry-level Spreadtrum chipset (the leaks are contradicting as to whether it will be an SC9830 or a SC8830 one), as well as either 1.5 or 2GB of RAM. Storage expandability is also a go, and so is a 5MP camera at the back. Finally, Android 6.0.1 should come preinstalled.
In case we learn something new about the Galaxy J2 (2016), rest assured we'll let you know.