The alleged Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini is going to be called Galaxy Dream-Lite

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Last week, a rumor suggesting that we are going to get a dual camera variant of the Samsung Galaxy S9 popped up on the internet. The device with the model number SM-G8750 was spotted on the Geekbench database.

While everyone predicted the device to be called the Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini, a new report suggests otherwise.

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According to the latest listing, the upcoming Samsung smartphone is going to be called the Samsung Galaxy Dream-Lite instead.

samsung galaxy dream-Lite full review

As predicted earlier, the device is going to be exclusive to China and that fact has got solidified even further after this image which clearly mentions the name as Dream-Lite CN China.

Coming to the specifications, the Dream-Lite is tipped to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset (not the SD 845 as predicted earlier) coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which can further be expanded with the help of an external SD card. Coming to the benchmark scores of the device, the Dream-Lite scored an impressive single-core score of 1619 and multi-core score of 5955.

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The device would run on Android 8.1 Oreo with Samsung Experience UI on top. Furthermore, the display of the device will have a resolution of 1,080 x 2,220 pixels, not the QHD+ resolution as predicted earlier.



This might turn out to be a bad news for some who were waiting for a Mini variant of the Galaxy S9. That said, the device appears to be a pretty solid choice for a smartphone and, What’s in the name eh?

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