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Samsung Galaxy A35 with Exynos 1380 in Geekbench test

The Exynos 1380 chipset in the Samsung Galaxy A35 shows a significant improvement, especially in multi-core performance.
Samsung Galaxy A35

The Galaxy A55 is expected to run on the new Exynos 1480 chipset, a Geekbench test revealed just before Christmas. The next smaller model, the Samsung Galaxy A35, also gets the next smaller chip instead – the Exynos 1380, which a new Geekbench test from today proves.

Samsung used the Exynos 1380 only in a few phones so far – the Galaxy A54, F54 and M54. Compared to its predecessor, the Exynos 1280, the single-core performance has only increased slightly, but the multi-core performance has increased significantly. That’s because the Exynos 1280 uses two fast CPU cores and six efficiency cores. The 1380 chip is manufactured in Samsung’s 5nm EUV foundries and features four fast Cortex-A78 cores (2.4GHz) and four A55 efficiency cores (2.0GHz).

Both chips also use a Mali-G68 GPU, which also seems to run faster in the 1380. The Galaxy A55 goes a step further than the A35 and gets an AMD Xclipse 530 GPU. In addition, the Samsung Galaxy A35 with the model code SM-A356E in the Geekbench test had 8 GB of RAM and Android 14 (with One UI 6, no doubt) under the hood. By the way, the predecessor Galaxy A34 used a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 processor with the same CPU configuration of A78/A55 cores and a Mali-G68 GPU.

The latest leaks already showed the design of the Galaxy A35 and A55, and we have already seen a live image. There was even a leaked repairability rating that gave the A35 a slightly better rating than the A34. It is not yet known when the two new Samsung cell phones will premiere. The A34 and A54 were launched in March, so it shouldn’t take long.


Achim Maier
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