Samsung Galaxy A55 is getting closer and closer to the official launch and could bring with it further developments in mid-range smartphones. In fact, it is now “confirmed” that the device will use the chipset Exynos S5E8845presumably identified as Exynos 1480. The latter is in an evolutionary line compared to the predecessors Exynos 1380 and 1280, which the Galaxy A54 and A53 models are equipped with, respectively. A last-minute leak made that clear GeekBench score of the aforementioned chipset, presumably tested on an experimental platform, which gives us a hint as to what it might be capable of.
Performance of the Samsung Exynos 1480 chipset
In GeekBench’s single-core CPU performance test, theExynos 1480 he reached 1180 pointswhile it scored highly in the multi-core test 3536 points. These results exceed those of the Galaxy A54, which are 1108 and 2797 points respectively. The Exynos 1480 is configured as an octa-core chipset, with four high-performance cores with a maximum frequency of 2.75 GHz and another four efficiency-oriented cores operating at up to 2.05 GHz. A particularly fascinating aspect is the use of a AMD RDNA2 based Xclipse 530 GPUexpected to be more powerful than previous Exynos Malu GPUs and potentially capable of supporting ray tracing in games, although this feature currently remains a subject of speculation.
Features of the Samsung Galaxy A55
Around Samsung Galaxy A55Numerous images have been released showing a recognizable design, but with some refinements. What stands out below are the flat sides, which could also be a common element with the next Samsung Galaxy S24. The display will likely be a 6.5-inch FullHD+ OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and support 25W charging, while a 50MP main camera should be seen in the photography section. For more technical specifications, check out the latest rumors from a few days ago. It is still unclear when Samsung will ship this new smartphone.