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Samsung Galaxy S9 mini spotted on Geekbench, features Snapdragon 660


The Samsung S9 and S9+ arrived in the Philippines on March 16, 2018. According to a tip from a trusted source, Samsung might be planning on releasing a smaller version of the S9 which will be called the Samsung Galaxy S9 mini.

The tipster mentioned last Friday that Samsung is testing the Galaxy S9 mini phone in China. Its model number, SM-G8750, was also revealed. Today, a listing with the same model number appeared on Geekbench. This further strengthened the theory that the Galaxy S9 mini exists.

According to the listing, the Galaxy S9 mini will run on Android 8.0 Oreo. The device will also feature the Snapdragon 660 along with 4GB of RAM . The model was able to earn a single-core score of 1619 and a multi-core score of 5955 on Geekbench.

As of now, there are no other information about the Galaxy S9 mini. There are, however, speculations that the device will feature the same display design as the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The device’s launch date has not yet been announced.

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