Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini Running On Snapdragon 660 Chipset Spotted on AnTuTu
Yet To Be Launched
Galaxy S9 Mini
2220 x 1080 px
Qualcomm Snapdragon 660
The Galaxy S9 and the S9 Plus are the current flagship smartphones from Samsung. There have been a lot of rumours and speculations about a smaller Galaxy S9 mini. In fact, a Samsung smartphone with model number SM-G8850 was recently listed on TENAA. And now, the smartphone (model number SM-G8850) with a different set of specifications has been listed on AnTuTu Benchmarking platform.
According to AnTuTu Benchmarking Platform listing, the Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 Octa-core chipset with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The smartphone has an FHD+ 2220 x 1080 px resolution display (might be a Super AMOLED panel) with Android 8 Oreo OS. The device has scored a respectable 136383 points on the AnTuTu Benchmarking Platform, which is similar to the Nokia 7 Plus’s 138082 points. Compared to the previous leak this looks more like a mini version of a flagship smartphone. As according to the TENAA listing, the smartphone has a 2960 x 1440 px resolution screen, running on the Exynos 9810 chipset.
The Galaxy S9 Mini has the same 5.8 inch display as the Galaxy S9 with FHD+ display, instead of a QHD+ display. Additionally, the Galaxy S9 Mini might skip on the Iris Scanner, which will reduce the cost of manufacturing. Additionally, the Galaxy S9 mini might also miss out the wireless charging capability. The smartphone has an iPhone X style dual camera setup with a fingerprint scanner placed in the top middle portion of the smartphone.