The Samsung Galaxy A52 and A52 5G had been introduced in March with Snapdragon 720G and 750G chipsets respectively. A brand new variant has surfaced on Geekbench, the SM-A528B, with a extra highly effective chip (and probably different upgrades).

It’s going to possible be marketed because the Samsung Galaxy A52s and have the Snapdragon 778G. The benchmark lists the motherboard as “Lahaina,” which was the code-name used for the Snapdragon 888, however apparently that is not the case right here. If nothing else, the scores match these when the Honor 50 went up on Geekbench.

Samsung Galaxy A52s (SM-528B) Scorecard from Geekbench

The cellphone ran Android 11 with 8GB of RAM. In comparison with the 750G, the 778G is constructed on a extra superior course of (6nm TSMC vs 8nm Samsung), has newer CPU cores (primarily based on Cortex-A78 as an alternative of A77) and an improved GPU (Adreno 642L vs 619L). The chip additionally comes with a quicker 5G modem (as much as 3.3 Gbps) and higher native connectivity with Wi-Fi 6E help and Bluetooth 5.2.

GalaxyClub, who noticed the benchmark outcomes, additionally cites sources that say that the Galaxy A52s is coming to Europe with at the very least three colours to select from: black, white and light-weight inexperienced. Perhaps there will probably be extra, although it should turn out to be clear nearer to launch. Talking of, it’s unlikely that the A52s will probably be unveiled on the Unpacked occasion on August eleventh, so anticipate a special launch later.

Observe that “s” fashions typically include totally different digital camera setups, so the chipset may not be the one improve on the Galaxy A52s.

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