Samsung Galaxy A50 with Exynos 9610 chip appears on Geekbench

In the Geekbench performance test database, appeared unannounced smartphone from Samsung with the model number SM-A505FN. It is expected to be the Galaxy A50, which will be the successor of the Galaxy A5 (2017).

The tested device model is equipped by the new Exynos 9610 processor and has 4 GB of RAM. In addition, the smartphone runs the Android 9 Pie.

The Exynos 9610 is manufactured on a 10nm FinFET process and is expected to power at least a few mid-range Galaxy martphones next year. A key feature of the chipset is its support for 480FPS slow-motion video capture at 1080p and 4K video encoding/decoding at 120FPS.

The phone has got quite good results in the performance test: 1615 points in single-core and 4380 points in multi-core. Although smartphones with Snapdragon 660 or Snapdragon 670 chips are gaining a bit more points.

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Unfortunately, there is no information about the announcement date of the Galaxy A50 smartphone yet.

Recall that Samsung is now preparing for the presentation of its first smartphone with a subscreen camera. Samsung has scheduled the launch of its Galaxy A8s heavily rumored to come with the Infinity O display for December 10th.

Other than the camera hole, the device is also expected to come with a triple rear camera alongside with the Snapdragon 710 and 6GB of RAM and it will run Android Pie out of the box.

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