Samsung has got a new J-series model in the works, a recent Geekbench listing has revealed. The device is the Galaxy J6 and was spotted on Geekbench which somewhat suggest the device will be launched this year. This is coming just after the Galaxy J4 and J8 were spotted in benchmarks.
The Galaxy J6 is listed with the model number SM-J600F and it packs a 1.6GHz Octa-core Cortex A-53 CPU built on the 14nm process. This is the same configuration as the Exynos 7870 chipset which was used on the Galaxy J5 (2017). The device is also listed to come with 2GB of RAM and the model runs Android 8. Oreo from the go which is a good sign that the device may likely ship with Android Oreo. There is no disclosure of the screen size or resolution but since Exynos 7870 supports a maximum screen resolution of 1,920×1,200, the J6 is expected to have at most a 1080p panel.
We have no idea when the device will be launched but since Samsung has the intention of expanding its presence in the mid-range segment, we could see the J-series models sometime soon.