Samsung Electronics launch Galaxy S8 series in this May the powerful smartphone, but that might be not enough for the company. Samsung is planning to release new versions, we heard about the “Lite” or “Mini” version of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus that next version of the company. It is expected in the upcoming version is more powerful than the company existing version.

According to the reportwinfuture.de spotted a Geekbench benchmark that gather the information of smartphone that are being tested. The benchmarked company reveals the next version of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus series powered by Snapdragon 840. The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are powered by Snapdragon 835. The Lite version of S8 series is more powerful.

GalaxyS8 1 Samsung SM G9600 spotted in Geekbench, leaked smartphone is Lite version of the S8

The version name was spotted with the model number Samsung SM-G9600. The latest version SM-G9600 is pre installed with Android 7.1.2 Nougat. The smartphone equipped with four cores clocked at 1.77GHz. It is expected the SM-G9600 will support the 4GB of RAM.

Samsung Electronics in the past, launch the Mini version of S5 that was admired by the users. However, the company cancelled the Mini version of the S6 and S7 series just before the release of the smartphone that action disappointed the user.

Samsung SM G9600 Geekbench Samsung SM G9600 spotted in Geekbench, leaked smartphone is Lite version of the S8

With the release of S6, the company releases the Galaxy A3. The latest Lite version is not being marketed as the company do is the past. The company is not announced the release or any news about the Lite version of S8 series.

Moreover, Samsung announced to release Galaxy Note 8 in this August. Its seems the any Mini or Lite version of smartphone may be released just after the release of Note 8. Where all the smartphone makers are working on the fabled smartphone, the latest version with the smaller size would be an attractive piece. Share your views with us by leaving the comments in the comments section given below!

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