Samsung Galaxy M55 to Pack with Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 Chip

The Galaxy M55 5G, a new mid-range 5G smartphone from Samsung Electronics, is about to launch. Seen on Geekbench on November 21, this gadget, labeled with the model number SM-M556B, is expected to replace the Galaxy M54 5G, which was released in March of this year. The Galaxy M55 5G, which was announced last year, will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7 1st generation CPU, a substantial departure from its predecessor’s Exynos 1380 chipset. The Samsung Galaxy M55 5G received 3,575 and 11,330, respectively, in the single-core and multi-core test scores on Geekbench.

No further information is disclosed in the benchmark listing. In the next several weeks, we should anticipate seeing the device online and obtaining more approvals. An 8GB RAM configuration and Android 14, possibly with One UI 6, are the interfaces anticipated for the smartphone. This implies the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset, with an Adreno (TM) 644 GPU and a Max GPU Clock speed of 2.40 GHz. The Galaxy M55’s raw CPU performance may still be compared in spite of this. The Exynos 1380 processor was included in the previous iteration of the Galaxy M54, while the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 is used by rivals like the Honor 90 and Xiaomi 13 Lite.

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There was not a noticeable increase in performance; however, the battery life of the Galaxy M55 may be improved if Qualcomm’s SoC is used instead. A sturdy 6000 mAh battery with 25W fast charging capabilities and the same 108 MP primary camera as the M54 5G are anticipated to be carried over into the Galaxy M55 5G, even if Samsung has not yet confirmed any further details. First-generation Snapdragon 7 chipsets are expected to have up to 20% better GPU performance and up to 30% better AI processing capabilities than the previous generation. They are produced by Samsung Foundry using 4nm technology.

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