As the entire world is talking about the next-generation Galaxy S10 flagship smartphone, Samsung is secretly adding the finishing touches to another smartphone called Galaxy M20. The South Korean based tech giant loves to surprise its fanbase with new smartphones, but this time, Galaxy M20 has been spotted on the AnTuTu benchmarking website. With that said, let’s check out how well Galaxy M20 did on AnTuTu.
Galaxy M20 Spotted on AnTuTu
First off, the fact that Samsung is testing the performance power of Galaxy M20 on AnTuTu leads us to believe that Samsung is getting ready to launch the smartphone by surprise during the upcoming future, maybe even before 2018 comes to an end.
Nonetheless, Galaxy M20 scored a whopping 107,452 points on the benchmarking website. This is an impressive result and it shows us that Galaxy M20 will be a high-end smartphone that will have enough processing power to compete against the likes of iPhone XS and Pixel 3 XL without any problems.
The other important thing that we can take from this AnTuTu spotting is that Galaxy M20 will be powered by an Exynos 7885 CPU. This is a processor made by Samsung and it features eight cores. Moreover, the Exynos processor is paired with a Mali-G71 MP2 graphics processing unit and 3GB of RAM.
Not just that, but the smartphone also features 32GB of internal storage space. However, we think that Galaxy M20 will ship with microSD support because 32GB of internal storage space is not enough.
From the looks of it, Samsung has finished designing Galaxy M20 and its just testing out the smartphone’s performance because it’s adding the latest finishing touches. Even though Samsung has yet to confirm or deny the existence of this smartphone, we think it’s safe to say that Galaxy M20 will make a surprise appearance during the upcoming weeks.