The Samsung Galaxy J2, an upcoming addition to the company's budget-minded J-series, is nearing, as evidenced by an entry on GFXBench' website. The benchmark listing brings confirmation on a few key specs, and announces the debut of the Exynos 3475 SoC.
The chipset features a 1.3GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 processor and a Mali-T720 GPU, presumably a single-core version. There's a single gig of RAM on board, and the 4.3GB amount in the cell labeled Storage would indicate an 8GB total on the chip, with the difference taken up by the system.
Further down the specsheet we can see a 5MP primary camera, which isn't capable of 1080p video recording - a surprise, given that the J1 can do it. On the front you get a basic 1.9MP shooter with video capped at SVGA resolution. We're a little skeptical as to the credibility of this data, our doubts fueled by the comparison to the J1.
Another alarm is raised by the display size, which is quoted at 5.7 inches with a 540 x 960 pixels resolution. While the qHD resolution seems likely, a diagonal larger than the 5.5 inches of the Galaxy J7 is hard to believe, and we're left with previous rumors in the 4.5"-4.7" ballpark.
Given the contradictions between this present piece of info and previously available GeekBench listing as well as yet another floating rumor, we'd rather wait for some more reliable intel before putting our money on any of the above.