Samsung Galaxy J8 Plus reported to have 1.8GHz Qualcomm processor

Mar 12, 2018, 12:30 pm

Shweta B.

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Despite its newly released flagship for Galaxy S9, the Korean tech-MNC left the techies in thrall as Geekbench reports provide us the exclusive preview of the finishing touches being added to our beloved Samsung Galaxy J8 Plus.

Like icing on the cake, the Geekbench Leaks provide us inside info regarding the key specs that this piece of technological grandeur will presumably have.

Also, since the key specifications of the Samsung Galaxy J8 has now been finalized, it’s probably just a matter of time till it hits the markets worldwide.

Ergonomic designs, lightweight sturdiness, designer and crystal-clear displays definitely add to the charm of a smartphone, but what makes it user-friendly and workable are its processor and RAM. Every passing day the smartphone is becoming just as much as a work-tool as much as a fashion statement.

Sure to cater to the up-and-coming high-end customers’ needs and expectations, Samsung equipped its latest beauty with a lot of power packed features.

Amongst other things, it comes with a robust octa-core processor that clocks at 1.8GHz. Manufactured by Qualcomm, it comes paired with 3491 MB memory, and this superphone is then ready to cater to all your multitasking demands. This juggernaut runs on an ARM implementer 65 architecture.

As expected from the Korean Tech Giant, Samsung Galaxy J8 Plus comes pleasantly packed with the latest Android OS from Google, the Android 8.0 Oreo. The sleek and friendly UI is sure to be a head-turner and will advance user experience by leaps and bounds.

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