A new handset named Galaxy A50 has been seen on the benchmark website Geekbench. It is suspected to be the successor of the Galaxy A5. The Samsung Galaxy A50 is listed by the model SM-A505FN, which is powered by Samsung’s mid-range Exynos 9610 chipset under the hood.
The phone is expected to be of 4GB RAM. To let you know, the Exynos 9610 chipset was announced in March this year. The SoC is manufactured on a processor of 10nm FinFET and will probably power at least a few mid-range Galaxy smartphones next year.
For the graphics, the phone can be given the Mali-G72 MP3 GPU. Another important feature of this chipset is that it supports 480FPS slow-motion video at 1080 pixels.
The handset will come with Exynos 9610 Processor Wi-Fi 802.11 A / B / G / N / AC Dual-Band, Bluetooth 5. The newly spotted Galaxy A50 could be the first phone to feature the Exynos 9610 chipset. The SM-A505G, SM-A505GN, and SM-A505GT are the other country variants of the Galaxy A50 that are expected to come in 64 GB and 128 GB storage sizes.
Talking about the software, the Galaxy A50 is expected to come with the Android 9 Pie operating system. The phone scored 1615 in single-core test and 4380 in multi-core. Samsung’s Galaxy A50 smartphone and other A-series can be launched anytime next year. In China, Samsung will launch the first Galaxy smartphone with an Infiniti-O display this month.