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The Samsung SM-J100F gets caught at GFXBench, totes a 64-bit chipset and mostly entry-level specs

The Samsung SM-J100F caught at GFXBench, totes a 64-bit chipset and entry-level specs
Samsung's is reportedly reducing the size of its smartphone portfolio for 2015 by a third so as to boost its sales and re-establish itself as the leader on the smartphone playground. This, however, doesn't mean that the giant doesn't have at least a dozen of devices in the pipeline, most of which will surely see the light of day sometime in 2015.

One of these might be the Samsung SM-J100F, a smartphone that has been caught like a deer in the headlights on GFXBench, where most of its purported specs can be seen. All things considered, we are dealing with a single-SIM entry-level device at best - sporting a 4.8" display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels (resulting in a pixel density of 194ppi), a 64-bit, quad-core Marvell PXA1908 chipset, humming at 1.2GHz, a Vivante GC7000UL GPU to take care of graphics, probably a gigabyte of RAM, and 4GB of native storage. In addition, Samsung has graced the SM-J100F with a duo of 5MP cameras, one at the front and the other at the rear, both of which capable of recording a regular 1080p video clip. Android 4.4.4 KitKat is powering the SM-J100F, most probably with TouchWiz on top.

This is hardly the sole Samsung device that we've recently heard of. The Samsung SM-E500F also got caught in the wild recently, hinting us that the giant might have a whole new low-end device family. What's more, we also got hold of the Boost-bound Samsung Galaxy Core Prime, which cleared the FCC.

source: GFXBench via (translated)

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