Samsung Galaxy A50 with Exynos 9610 & 6GB RAM shows up on Geekbench
Samsung is all set to revamp its budget, and mid-range smartphone series with the all-new Galaxy ‘M’ series. Along with this, the company will also launch some good phones in the ‘A’ series which features the premium mid-range phones. On January 28th, the Galaxy M10 and M20 (maybe the M30 as well) are launching in India. Today, the Samsung Galaxy A50 showed up on Geekbench, and it is coming with the most powerful Exynos 7 series processor from Samsung, i.e., the Exynos 9610.
The Exynos 9610 is a 10nm processor with clock speed up to 2.3GHz for the high-performance Cortex-A73 cores. There is also the Mali-G72 MP3 GPU. The processor has something called the vision image processing unit based on a deep-learning technology. The unit consists of a DSP (Digital Signal Processor) that efficiently converts analog streams of images and video into a digital signal and a neural-network engine that analyzes the faces, objects and the surroundings.
The Geekbench listing also revealed that this is the 6GB variant of Samsung Galaxy A50 and runs Android Pie out of the box. FYI, the phone also has a 4GB variant that was also spotted on Geekbench in December last year. The 6GB variant scores around 1700 in single core and 5000+ on multi-core.
The other specifications of the device aren’t known yet, but there are rumors of a 4,000mAH battery and 24MP primary rear camera.