South Koreans, apparently, plan to release an inexpensive model of the smartphone, completely devoid of any additional add-ins and its own shell. In the history of Geekbench remained the results of several tests of the smartphone, code-named SM-J260. The device scored 625 points in the 1-core mode and 1747 in the multi-core mode.
The gadget will work on Android 8.1 based on the quad-core Exynos 7570 chipset with a frequency per each core of 1.43 GHz and only one GB of RAM.
The release date and the cost of the budgetary are still kept secret.