We have heard word on the grapevine that Samsung will no longer support the Galaxy U series of smartphones down the road, and here we are with more details on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy E7 – where it was spotted over in a GFXBench. What you have heard concerning the Samsung Galaxy E7 in the past specs were just mere speculation, but now there is concrete proof that comes in the form of the GFXBench database, showing off the SM-E700 codename just as well.
What does the Samsung Galaxy E7 offer? For starters, it will arrive with a 5.5″ 720p display panel, a 64-bit quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor that has been clocked at 1.2GHz, 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal memory, where all of it are accompanied by a 12MP shooter at the back alongside a front-facing 5MP camera that ought to capture some pretty decent selfies along the way.
It does look as though the Samsung Galaxy E7 is starting to shape up to be a decent mid-range handset, and we do hope to hear (and see) more of it before an official rollout. Well, so far what do you like about the Samsung Galaxy E7 that you have seen based on the revealed GFXBench readings?
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