Samsung Galaxy A35 appeared in renders two months ago, and today, the smartphone was spotted on Geekbench. The device will have an Exynos 1380 chipset and a 6 GB RAM option, as revealed by the scorecard.
The SM-A356U device scored 697 for a single core and 2,332 for multiple cores, which is an underwhelming result compared with another Galaxy A device that has the same chipset. The obvious explanation is we are looking at an early prototype, and raw performance will be improved by the time the phone is launched.
Geekbench rarely mentions the chipset but we know it is the Exynos 1380 by the s5e8835 model number of the motherboard and the processor. The Galaxy A35 will have a CPU with 4×2.4 GHz Cortex-A78 & 4x 2.0 GHz Cortex-A55, also used by the Galaxy A54 and the Galaxy M54/F54.
The chipset was a bit slow for a device of the A5x caliber, but we believe it will fit like a glove to the more affordable Galaxy A35. The Samsung-built SoC should also make the new phone quite the update from previous A3x devices, which had a CPU with only two cores for performance.
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