Samsung Galaxy J7 Aero shows up Exynos 7885 and 2GB of RAM on Geekbench
According to the listing mentioned above, the upcoming Samsung smartphone with the model name SM-J337V briefly showed up on Geekbench and was subsequently deleted but not before the scoop was documented.
The model name ties nicely with the rumored Samsung Galaxy J7 Aero that is expected to launch as a Verizon-exclusive in the US soon.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Aero features an octa-core Exynos 7885 processor, which has been announced in January 2018. Next, to this fresh chip, the Geekbench listing also revealed 2 GB of memory and an operating system based on Android 8.0 Oreo, most likely with Samsung’s UI customizations on top.
What we learned from its scorecard on Geekbench is that it uses Samsung’s Exynos 7885 – found in the Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018), Galaxy A8+ (2018) and Galaxy J7 Duo – Android 8.0 Oreo and a lowly 2GB of RAM. These specs are by no means final – the Galaxy J7 Aero could very well have a 3GB version or one with even more RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Aero is supposed to arrive in the US as a Verizon Wireless exclusive device. Insiders familiar with the matter claim that this handset is closely related to the Galaxy J7 (2018) in terms of design and specs. The Galaxy J7 (2018) features a physical Home button, a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED of 720p resolution (and a conventional 16:9 aspect), the olden trio of physical home button and flanking capacitive key and 13 MP cameras (one for selfies and one as the main shooter — not a dual setup on the back as most mid-rangers have been offering lately).