Samsung Galaxy A35 Surfaces in Benchmarks with Exynos 1380

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Samsung is gearing up for the launch of its upcoming A3x and A5x series, following the recent release of the S24 series. Notably, the Galaxy A35 has been making waves, especially with CAD-based renders showcasing its punch-hole screen. Adding to the anticipation, the phone bearing the model number SM-A356U has now made an appearance on the Geekbench benchmark.

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What catches the eye is the inclusion of the Exynos 1380 SoC. A noteworthy upgrade from the A34’s Dimensity 1080 chipset. While the single-core score remains consistent with the A34 at 782, the multi-core score sees a modest improvement, reaching 2814 compared to the A34’s 2752.

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In terms of memory, the device is confirmed to feature 6GB of RAM, with speculations suggesting an 8GB RAM variant. This move indicates Samsung‘s commitment to providing users with a smoother and more efficient multitasking experience.

Operating on the cutting-edge Android 14, the Galaxy A35 is poised to offer an extended software support window. With promises of four years of OS updates and five years of security updates. Furthermore, users can rest assured about their data’s safety, thanks to the incorporation of Samsung Knox security features. Additionally, the phone will support Samsung Pay, enhancing the overall convenience and security of financial transactions.

As the launch date approaches in Q1 2024, tech enthusiasts eagerly await more detailed insights into the Galaxy A35’s features and specifications. Samsung’s consistent efforts to deliver improved hardware and software experiences underscore its commitment to meeting the evolving needs of smartphone users. The upcoming A3x and A5x series, especially the Galaxy A35, appear poised to set new benchmarks in the mid-range smartphone segment. Stay tuned for further updates as we delve deeper into the device’s capabilities and functionalities in the weeks to come.

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