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Samsung Galaxy A50 spotted on Geekbench with Exynos 9610 SoC

07 December 2018 2

Today a new Samsung phone bearing model number SM-A505FN appears on the Geekbench test. Considering the model number the device is expected to be announced as Galaxy A50. Those who are unaware the Galaxy A50 most likely will be the direct successor of last year's Galaxy A5.

What makes this Geekbench appearance special is the latest Octa-core Exynos 9610 chipset with 4GB RAM. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Pie straight out of the box. The Exynos 9610 is the Samsung's latest upper mid-range SoC built on the 10nm FinFet process. This chipset is expected to power the number of upper mid-range phones from Samsung in 2019. Despite being a mid-range chipset is supports 4K recording at 120 frames per seconds ad well as slow-motion video recording at 480fps.

As per Geekbench listing, the device achieves 1615 points on single-core test whereas on multi-core the device achieves 4380 points. At the moment we are still in the dark when Samsung will be unveiling Galaxy A50.

All eyes are currently on the Samsung's upcoming Galaxy A8s which is expected to be the first phone in the market with Infinity O display. It will have under display camera on the top left corner. The Galaxy A8S will go official on December 10th.

In the end, we would like to hear our readers thoughts regarding Galaxy A50 Geekbench listing in the comments section below. Stay tuned.

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