Samsung Galaxy A55’s Exynos 1480 Shines on GeekBench: Impressive Performance Revealed!

Samsung is getting ready to release their new smartphone, the Galaxy A55. The phone will use the Exynos S5E8845 chipset, believed to be the Exynos 1480. A GeekBench scorecard for the Exynos 1480 chipset has been spotted online, showing the phone scored 1,180 points in the single-core CPU performance test and 3,536 points in the multi-core CPU performance test. This is better than the scores of the Galaxy A54, which scored 1,108 points and 2,797, respectively.

The Exynos 1480 is rumored to be an octa-core chipset with four high-powered CPU cores, clocked at up to 2.75GHz and four efficiency cores working at up to 2.05GHz. The chipset is expected to use an AMD RDNA2-based Xclipse 530 GPU, making it more powerful than previous chips and potentially offering ray tracing in games.

In addition, new renders of the Galaxy A55 have been revealed, showing a familiar design with some refinements, including flat sides on what appears to be a metal middle frame. The Galaxy A55 will feature a 6.5-inch, FullHD+, 120Hz OLED display, a 50MP main camera, and 25W charging.

The release date for the Galaxy A55 has not been confirmed yet, but with these promising specifications and performance, it is highly anticipated by Samsung fans and smartphone enthusiasts. Stay tuned for more updates on the release of the Galaxy A55.