Samsung is getting ready to take the smartphone market by storm. At least, the company hope to regain the ground it lost due to the pandemic in 2021. And to sit at the top of the food chain, production of smartphones is key.
We recently reported about a leak detailing the numbers of smartphones the Korean tech giant hope to manufacture about 334 million units of phones in 2022. Now, a Samsung device with the model number SM-A536U has appeared on Geekbench along with its key specs.
This device is the 5G version of the Galaxy A53 to be released in 2022. From the detail on Geekbench, the device runs Android 12 and features a 6GB of RAM. But, there might be more RAM options which is yet to be confirmed.
The chipset listed in the benchmark showed “s5e8825,” and this is the codename for the Exynos 1200 chip. It features an octa-core CPU with two maximum clock frequency of 2.40GHz. This chip is paired with the Mali-G68 GPU onboard.
This same chip configuration is what comes with the MediaTek Dimensity 900. But this new report shows that the Galaxy A53 5G will feature the company’s own Exynos 1200 SoC at the helm.
There is no other specs revealed on Geekbench. But previous leaks suggest that the Galaxy A52 5G will feature a 120Hz AMOLED display and to come with a 64MP quad rear camera. However, it might not come with 3.5mm jack port.
Both the Galaxy A52 and A52 5G was announce in March 2021. Following that tradition, the Galaxy A53 5G might also be announce in March 2022.