Samsung Galaxy A71 Pops Up on Geekbench with 8GB RAM, Android 10

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After the Galaxy A70s, Samsung’s Galaxy A71 has just been spotted on Geekbench today. This is the next generation of premium Samsung Galaxy A series phones that is expected to launch next year in Europe along with the Galaxy A91. A recent report revealed that both the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A91 would come with Android 10.0 out-of-the-box. That said, the Geekbench listing reveals some interesting things.

The model number for the Galaxy A71 is SM-A715F and the benchmark has detected an SM-6150 SoC on the handset which is, in other words, the Snapdragon 675. However, the scores show that the CPU could be something more powerful belonging to the Snapdragon 7XX series (could be SD730G). Hence, it needs to be mentioned that Geekbench does sometimes get the processor wrong as it has happened previously in many cases. Also, since the Galaxy A70s was also detected with the same processor which is more intriguing. Although the Android version is mentioned as 10.0 along with 8GB of RAM.

Samsung has not even announced the rumoured Galaxy A70s, so it is a bit early to talk about the Galaxy A71 which is several months far off. The Galaxy A70s is believed to be Samsung’s very first handset with the 64MP ISOCELL GW1 sensor although nothing is confirmed. If that ends up being true, then Samsung would have to add something more in the Galaxy A71 to make it a true upgrade over the Galaxy A70. The Galaxy A70 also has a teardrop notch, so we might as well see a hole-punch design next year in its upgrade. There’s a 6.7-inch screen and a 4,500mAh battery in it and we don’t see Samsung adding much more to that as it’s already a huge screen and battery. Stay tuned as we’ll be adding more to the story as we find more interesting information.

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Abdul can be tagged as a true blue Android fanboy. He has been blogging about tech for quite a long and during his professional journey, he has contributed to a number of tech blogs such as Gizchina, 91Mobiles, MrPhone, and others. At MySmartPrice, Abdul is mostly dedicated to covering leaks, but he takes out time to cover news on his favorite smartphones, apps, and softwares.