Samsung Galaxy A35 Benchmarked with Exynos 1380 Chip; Here's What to Expect

Sohail Akhtar

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy A35 has finally appeared on Geekbench, shedding light on its expected performance with the Exynos 1380 chipset. The benchmark results for the Galaxy A35 (SM-A356E) showcase 8GB of RAM and the device running on Android 14, presumably with One UI 6.1 layered on top.

Powered by the Exynos 1380, manufactured using Samsung's 5nm EUV foundries, the Galaxy A35 boasts four Cortex-A78 cores clocked at 2.4GHz and four A55 cores at 2.0GHz. You can find the same SoC mounted inside Samsung’s year-old Galaxy A54. 

This setup, along with an ARM Mali-G68 GPU, is expected to deliver a marked improvement in multi-core performance compared to its predecessor, the Exynos 1280, and a slight enhancement in single-core performance. In the single-core test, it scored 1020 points, and its multi-core test yielded 2973 points. 

The Exynos 1380 has been featured in a few other Samsung new budget models, like the Galaxy A54, F54, and M54, showcasing its improvement compared to the Exynos 1280. While both chips share the Mali-G68 GPU, the Galaxy A55, anticipated to carry the Exynos 1480, is expected to introduce a significant GPU upgrade with AMD Xclipse 530 GPU.

The Galaxy A35's design has already been teased through leaks and live images, providing a quick look at what users can expect. Additionally, the repairability score for the A35 has surfaced, suggesting a slightly better score than its predecessor, the A34.

While the exact launch date for the Galaxy A35 and A55 remains unknown, historical patterns suggest a possible unveiling in March, aligning with the release of their predecessors, the A34 and A54. As the launch event draws near, Samsung enthusiasts can anticipate further details and specifications in the coming weeks.


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