Geekbench speed test results have leaked for Samsung’s next smartphone. They reveal particularly high scores for the test with multiple cores.
Samsung should not be stingy with smartphones in 2023. Before launching the successor to the Galaxy S22, the Korean manufacturer should first renew its A range with the arrival of models A14, A34 and A54. A Geekbench 5 test has leaked on the web, under the reference SM-A546B, and gives an idea of what the successor to the current one could offer Galaxy A53 5G.
The Galaxy A54 is said to use Samsung’s Exynos 1380 SoC (codename s5e8835), while the Galaxy A53 features the Exynos 1280. The Exynos 1380 is said to have eight cores (four at 2.4 GHz for performance and four at 2 GHz for energy efficiency). According to our lab tests, the Galaxy A53 5G scores Geekbench scores of 730 points with single core and 1861 points with multi-core. Using these values as a basis for comparison, the Galaxy A54 would offer similar performance with a single core, but above all a gain of around 40% in multicore.
According to the latest rumors, the Galaxy A54 5G should have a 6.4-inch AMOLED Infinity-O FHD + screen (6.5 inches for the Galaxy S53) with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and an integrated fingerprint reader. It would also include 6 GB of RAM, a rear camera module with 50 megapixel (main) and 12 megapixel (ultra-wide angle) sensors. Note also a 5,100 mAh battery, 25 W fast charge, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.2 and IP67 certification.
The release date of the Galaxy A54 5G is not yet known, but should be around February/March 2023.