In the middle of this month, it became known that Samsung was developing a smartphone code-named SM-G770F. It is assumed that this unit will be presented on the market under the name Galaxy S10 Lite.

Smartphone Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite with an SD855 chip and

Not so long ago, a device called the SM-G770F was tested at Geekbench. This may mean that the device is at the final stage of development and will be announced soon. 

According to the results of testing in Geekbench, the smartphone scored 742 points in single-core mode and 2604 points in multi-core mode. The hardware base of the tested smartphone is Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, an efficient 8-core chip, complemented by 8 GB of RAM. It is noteworthy that the device in question has more RAM than the Galaxy S10e, the basic version of which comes with 6 GB of RAM.

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It is worth mentioning that the tested SM-G770F was running Android 10. This fact is not surprising, but it can give some idea of ​​Samsung’s plans for launching a new smartphone. Traditionally, the Korean manufacturer launches new flagship smartphones with the latest version of Android. If this tradition continues, the S10 Lite will not be launched until the Galaxy S11 devices debut. Also, next year several Galaxy A series smartphones are expected to appear at once, as well as the debut of the new folding Galaxy Fold 2 smartphone.