Samsung has been steadily launching many handsets with a 5G support, including the Galaxy A series.
So far, the Samsung Galaxy A51 and the Galaxy A71 are the only A series smartphones with 5G support. New reports claim that the Samsung Galaxy A42 will arrive soon, and it will support the 5G connectivity. The device was spotted on Geekbench, too. Here is what you need to know.
Samsung Galaxy A42 5G Geekbench Details
Some reports indicate that the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G could arrive soon, and could also be one of the cheapest 5G-ready handsets from Samsung. Recently, the handset was seen on Geekbench with the global edition model number of SM-A426B. The Geekbench listing has offered a couple of essential specs and features, as expected.
The Geekbench listing unveils that the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G scored 615 in the single-core test and 1799 in the multi-core one. The codename “lito” was also seen on the motherboard field, pointing at a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G octa-core chipset.
If these details turn out to be accurate and the Snapdragon 765G will power the smartphone, then the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G could come with up to 4GB RAM. The tipster who published the Geekbench listing says that the GPU on the Galaxy A42 5G indicates it could house the Snapdragon 690 5G SoC. Besides the processor, the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G will run on Android 10 topped with OneUI custom skin.
Samsung Galaxy A42 5G Expected Specs and Features
Besides the chipset details, there are not many other things shared about the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G. The smartphone was also seen on the 3C certification platform and the SafetyKorea listing that unveils some battery info.
The 3C listing indicates that the device comes with the battery named EB-BA426ABY. The SafetyKorea listing confirms that the Galaxy A42 5G battery could have a capacity of 5,000mAh.
Samsung Galaxy A42 5G is expected to arrive with both 4G and 5G versions. Any details about the device’s release date are still unknown. The smartphone could be launched later this year or early 2021.
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