Samsung decided to unify its naming scheme – first it was the Note, then the A-series caught up with the S flagships.
Apparently, the affordable J series are next for rebranding, according to a new benchmark of a Samsung device with the model number SM-J800FN. The phone has Exynos 7870 chipset, coupled with 3 GB RAM and runs Android Oreo.
The single-core score of the device is 728, while the multi-core result is 3683, although these results are comparable only with the alleged Galaxy J6 (2018) and the eventual Galaxy J4 (2018) due to the Geekbench version.
The 7870 chipset, built on the 14 nm process, has eight Cortex-A53 cores, powering the CPU with a clock speed of up to 1.6 GHz. The GPU is most likely a Mali-T830. The Galaxy J8 (2018) would have up to two 16 MP cameras and Full HD video recording, according to raw specs of the SoC.