Samsung is working on a new, more affordable version of Galaxy S20, called SM-G780(global) and SM-G781(US), which was rumored at the time to be officially known as Samsung Galaxy S20 Lite which is expected to be released in October.
A Samsung phone called SM-G781B, which recently appeared on the Geekbench benchmark website, is the rumored Samsung Galaxy S20 Lite.
In the Geekbench V5 list, the Single-core of Samsung Galaxy S20 Lite runs 737 points and the multi-core run a 2619 points.
The forthcoming S20 Lite will have at least 128GB of storage and will run One UI 2.5 based on Android 10, which will also come pre-loaded on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Lite in price is expected to be very similar to last year’s S10 Lite at around $700.