Samsung Galaxy A50 spotted with Exynos 7610, Android 9 Pie

Samsung is working on the new A series smartphone and the Galaxy A50 has now been spotted on the GeekBenchmark website. Samsung Galaxy A50 that bears the model name SM-A505FN in the listing reveals some key specifications of this next flagship.

For starters Samsung Galaxy A50 smartphone is the successor to the Galaxy A5, and according to the GeekBench listing, the Samsung Galaxy A50 will be powered by Samsung’s mid-range Exynos 9610 chipset which is a 10nm SoC with four Cortex-A73 cores (2.3GHz) and four A53 (1.6GHz).

The device is backed by the 4GB of RAM with the 64GB storage and the rumored reports also state there should be a 128GB option too.

On the software front, it runs on the latest Android 9 Pie update which is indeed a big deal since Samsung only recently started the transition away from Oreo.

The Galaxy A50 has scored 1,615 points in single-core test and while in multi-core score test, it scored 4,380 points. Samsung is also planning a couple of Galaxy M-series phones have been benchmarked with Oreo.

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