Given the high expectations for the Galaxy S24 series, Samsung surprises with the upcoming launch of the Galaxy A35 and A55, equipped with the promising Exynos 1480 chipset that promises impressive performance.
The next year promises to be full of news for Samsung, with the wait mostly focused on the series Galaxy S24. However, the announcement of the devices brings with it an equally interesting surprise Galaxy A35 And Galaxy A55, which will make their debut soon after. These new smartphones will include that new Exynos 1480 chipsetand recent benchmark tests suggest that Samsung may have reached a major technological milestone.
The Exynos 1480 was recently tested Geekbench, and the results are extremely promising. The results achieved, with 1,180 in single-core and 3,536 in multi-core, are not only respectable, but also indicate a significant leap in quality compared to their predecessors. For context, these results are comparable to the Exynos 2200 and superior to the Exynos 2100, showing Samsung’s commitment to making the budget chipset powerful.
When analyzing the results in detail, the Exynos 1480 is very close to the Exynos 2200, especially in the multi-core score. Even if there are differences in the single-core results, the Exynos 1480 turns out to be not far behind in terms of overall performance behind it.
The models Galaxy A35 and Galaxy A55 They will be the first to be equipped with this cutting-edge chipset. Expectations are high and more details about the new chipsets are expected to be revealed in the coming days.
The series Galaxy A is a mainstay for Samsung and is one of the best-selling smartphone series in terms of volume. The variety of price ranges makes this series particularly attractive for bargain hunters. With the introduction of the Exynos 1480, Samsung promises a significant increase in performance, further strengthening the position of this product line in the global market.