Samsung Galaxy A55 to get Exynos 1480 chipset

The interesting thing about the Exynos 1480 chipset in the Samsung Galaxy A55 is that it may bring an AMD graphics chip.
Samsung Galaxy A54

Information about one of Samsung’s most anticipated mid-range models, the Galaxy A55, is currently quite scarce. The predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy A54, is still too fresh, so you should only evaluate the latest findings from GalaxyClub as a good basis for the upcoming rumors. Because if Samsung sticks to its schedule, the A55 should appear around March next year. Nevertheless, the first sources have already dug up the technical data of the chipset and the main camera.

According to reports, Samsung is currently in the internal testing of the Galaxy A55, using a chipset with model number S5E8845. This could be the not yet announced Exynos 1480 chip. This conclusion is obvious since the Exynos 1380 and 1280 have model numbers S5E8835 and S5E8825. And these chipsets power the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A53.

The interesting thing about the upcoming Exynos 1480 processor is that it may bring an AMD GPU. Graphics chips from AMD should not only ensure improved performance in image processing but also be used in AI tasks. Samsung has been working with AMD on its flagship smartphones since the Galaxy S22 Ultra and its Xclipse 920 GPU. It would therefore make sense to extend the cooperation to the top seller in the middle class. However, this report has not yet been confirmed.

Finally, the leak states that there will be no changes in the camera department. This would mean that the Samsung Galaxy A55 would come onto the market with the same 50 megapixel main camera as its predecessor.

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