The Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 would thus make its first appearance within Samsung, specifically to power a mid-range handset with aspirations of something more.
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We are closing the year, marking the end of the Galaxy smartphones cycle for 2023, which simply means that we are about to kick off the renewal cycle for 2024.
This entails that details about the upcoming devices are starting to emerge. Today, in particular, we are talking about chips. If a few weeks ago we learned that the M44 will come with a high-end processor from previous years, the Snapdragon 888, today we have found out which chip another upper mid-range device will carry; it would be the Galaxy M55 featuring the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1.
This information comes after a leak from Geekbench tests on the MySmartPrice website. In the chart, we can see that the model SM-M556B, which is the alias for the Galaxy M55, comes with a “taro” motherboard, which is synonymous with the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1.
Therefore, the M55 would be the first Samsung device to feature this Qualcomm chip, as no other device from the three-star company had it before. Furthermore, it represents a substantial improvement compared to this year’s model’s chip, the Galaxy M54, which had an Exynos 1380, which, frankly, depending on the occasion or demand, could fall a bit short.
It will come with 8 GB of RAM, and we can expect it around April. We have also learned details like fast charging, and this year it seems that Samsung is aggressively targeting the mid-range market.