Samsung Galaxy A52s appears on Geekbench, expected to feature Snapdragon 778G chipset


Last year, the Samsung Galaxy A51 shipped over 6 million units by June 2020, making it one of the brands most popular mid-range phones. While the Galaxy A52 hasn't met the same level of success, the new Galaxy A52s variant might just be what people want.

According to Sammobile, the Galaxy A52s (model number SM-A528B) was listed on Geekbench with the 6nm Snapdragon 778G chipset and 8GB of RAM. It scored 771 points for single-core and 2788 points for multi-core performance in Geekbench 5. That makes it a pretty decent device, especially if making it a pretty decent device.


In comparison, the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A52 5G featured the Snapdragon 720G and 750G chipsets are both 8nm chipsets. Not only do they have lower performance but also poorer power efficiency. But aside from the chipset, we can expect the design, features, and tech specs of the Galaxy A52s to be similar to its siblings.

Anyway, the benchmark test would mean that Samsung has started its final phase of testing for the Galaxy A52s. This phone could launch after the big Samsung Unpacked 2021 launch in August. Until then, expect leaks to pop up in the coming weeks. Leave us a comment on what you think about this so far!