Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 appears on GFXBench

Samsung Galaxy Note7 recall

Samsung is expected to introduce a refurbished variant of its ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 smartphone in some markets around the world before it officially unveils the Galaxy Note 8. The refurbished variant is expected to be named the Galaxy Note 7 Fandom Edition or the Galaxy Note 7 FE, and it has appeared in a series of leaks, including its listing on Geekbench. Now, the smartphone has appeared in GFXBench’s database.

As per GFXBench, a popular graphics performance benchmarking software, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 FE (codenamed Galaxy Note 7R) features a 5.7-inch 1080p display, Exynos 8890 octa-core processor (with Mali-T880 MP12 GPU), 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, a 12-megapixel primary camera with autofocus (and possibly 4K video recording), and a 5-megapixel secondary camera. The phone runs Android 7.0-based TouchWiz user interface. Moreover, it also features GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC.

As per previously leaked information, Samsung will use a smaller, 3,300mAh battery inside the refurbished phablet after the whole Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, and it is being extra cautious with battery-related problems with the Galaxy Note 7 FE (or Fandom Edition). The phone will most probably come equipped with a fingerprint reader, iris scanner, a microSD card slot, heart-rate monitor, 4G LTE connectivity, and wireless charging.

It’s a bit tricky to know whether the phone has a 1080p display or a 1440p one, but as far as GFXBench goes, it’s being listed as a 1080p display. However, we know that GFXBench isn’t always accurate, so we can still expect a 1440p display. But who knows, maybe Samsung decided to use a 1080p display to go with a smaller battery. Here’s the screenshot of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7R’s (SM-N935) specifications as listed in GFXBench’s database:

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Fandom Edition

[Source: GFXBench]

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Asif has more than six years of experience in reporting consumer technology, and has been quoted in various esteemed publications, including TheVerge, TWiT, and SamMobile. Asif has immense interest in CPUs, GPUs, mobile chipsets, camera sensors, and apps.