Details of the chip that will power the Galaxy A55, the first Exynos to use an AMD GPU, have been confirmed.
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The Galaxy A54 has undoubtedly been Samsung’s hit in the mid-range segment this year, a well-received and well-equipped bestseller for which the Koreans are preparing a worthy successor.
This successor is named the Galaxy A55, and now we also know what processor it will bring—a Exynos 1480 with an AMD GPU. Specifically, it will be Samsung’s first mid-range chip to feature an AMD GPU, as confirmed by the latest leaked Geekbench results.
We are gradually learning the details of the new processors for the upcoming king of the Korean mid-range
The Exynos 1480 will come with the Xclipse 530 GPU, based on the AMD RDNA2 graphics architecture, just like the Exynos 2200 from previous high-end years. While it may not be as cutting-edge as the RDNA3 of the Exynos 2400, which will be equipped in the S24 series next year, it does represent an improvement over the Exynos 1380.
However, the data from the initial tests does not show a significant improvement in the CPU performance of the Exynos 1480 compared to the Exynos 1380, although it is fair to say that it is still in development, and this could change before the terminal’s launch.
The Galaxy A55 is set to be released starting in March, as until then, all the attention from Samsung will be on the S24 series, which will come loaded with AI innovations, especially features that will likely influence the A55, although not all of them.
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