A Samsung device that looks like the next screen appeared recently with AnTuTu and Geekbench, under the SM-M205F model. Your phone thinks it is a member of a new mobile phone series and press on the Samsung Galaxy M2 shelves. A graphics card recommends introducing a Exynos 7885 chipset with a Mali-G71 MP2 that the unit will market in the middle range. Other details are compatible with 3GB RAM, 32GB storage and Android 8.1 Oreo software, but as set by Samsung's majority of mobile phones, it is compatible with proprietary UI operating systems. A resolution of 1,340 pixel resolution with a resolution of 1,040 pixels will make the phone use a new layout that includes a scene on the screen, but the exact current shape is not clear.
The report says it intends to replace the Samsung Galaxy D series with the next Galaxy M models. Of course, there will be more than one, and Galaxy M2 will be better equipped with the Galaxy M3, and Galaxy M5 will be a top model. There are still no hardware details in relation to these other two variants, but it seems that protocols should overcome the Samsung Galaxy M2a in hardware prowess. It has been available for the OEM Galaxy Galaxies, only online and with the next Galaxy M lineup they will be offered to future buyers, in the same way or in small stores. It is noticeable that Samsung Galaxy On6 shows earlier this summer to use the Exynos 7870 chipset and 1,480 and 720 pixel resolution screens that use the same silicon as the Samsung Galaxy M2 Galaxy A7 (2018). behind the camera behind, and have a higher number of pixels.
Lately, Samsung has shown three new screen layouts with screen notches, so the intentions of OEMs to capture this unique feature of their mobile devices have been officially confirmed. The new Samsung Galaxy M2 device is the first device to press the shelves before the Galaxy M3 and M5, and at the same time, it could be the first mobile phone to make an OEM screen. On the stage of SDC 2018, the company launched its latest design designs Infinity-U, Infinity-V, and Infinity-O, and Samsung Galaxy M2 used one of these panels. Infinity-U and Infinity-V have a more conventional design with a notch in the middle, with a circular notch close to the corner of the Infinity-O screen. SDC's OEM also said the arrival of these panels is "in the corner" and Galaxy M2 is already benchmarked online, it is likely that the official opening of the phone will not be far from the future.