Samsung, unlike most manufacturers, has consistently adhered to the 18.5: 9 ratio it set in 2017. But soon Koreans can change their strategy and befriend others who have long used competitors.
After abandoning the 16: 9 ratio, manufacturers began experimenting with different aspect ratios on the displays and there is currently no standard. Samsung has consistently kept the ratio of 18.5: 9 for almost two years, but it turns out that the Koreans will soon use slightly different screens.
In the AnTuTu database, an SM-M205F codebook has just emerged and will most likely be available on the market like the Galaxy M2 or the Galaxy M20. Benchmark reports that this model is equipped with a Full HD display of 2340 × 1080 pixels, which means a ratio of 19.5: 9. In the case of Samsung it will be new, although the competition has long used similar screens.
AnTuTu also announced that the smartphone codenamed SM-M205F is equipped with the Exynos 7885 processor with Mali-G71 MP2 graphics. We remind that this device consists of two ARM Cortex-A73 2.2 GHz cores and six ARM Cortex-A53 1.6 GHz, and its production uses a 14-nm FinFET process. This system is already on board, among other things, the Galaxy A8 2018.
We also learn that the SM-M205F has 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of built-in memory (possibly expandable with the microSD card) and Android 8.1 Oreo. In the AnTuTu test, the smartphone numbers 107452 points, which can be compared to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 636.
We do not know the release date of the Galaxy M2 (0) all the time, but since the smartphone is already tested in AnTuTu, it is probably a few weeks after its debut. Letter "F" in the design of the code suggests that this model can be found in Europe, but for now we can not accept it with 100% security.
* The chart title Samsung Galaxy J6 + with screen with 18.5: 9 ratio ratio