The Galaxy A55, the midrange from the A series, will soon hit the market. And the firm is testing the processor of the upcoming Galaxy A55. Samsung uses its own Exynos processor in mid-range lineups like the Galaxy A series every time. The processors of its predecessors, the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A53, were powered by the Exynos 1280 and Exynos 1380 chipsets, respectively. According to the Dutch news blog GalaxyClub, a chipset with the model number S5E8845 is now being tested by Samsung. The firm refers to the model number S5E8845 with the codename “Rose”.
The processor that will equip the Galaxy A55 may be the Exynos 1480, as the Galaxy A53’s chipset was model numbered S5E8825 and the Exynos 1280, and similarly, the Galaxy A54’s chipset was the Exynos 1380, which bears a model number of S5E8835. Analyzing this, the CPU that has been tested with ID S5E8845 might turn out to be Exynos 1430. Also, the firm followed its tradition of employing the rear primary camera with a 64 MP sensor for the previously launched A5x models. But the Galaxy A55 will be equipped with a 50 MP primary sensor; this is a major enhancement for the series.
As a part of the A5x series, the model will be equipped with a triple-lens rear camera system and a sizable battery. Buyers on a tight budget will find it to be a terrific alternative because it is anticipated at a reasonable price. No other features have been revealed yet, but we can expect similar features to its predecessor, the Galaxy A54.
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