The Galaxy A-series have brought good profits to Samsung since the launch of Galaxy A50 last year. And now Samsung has moved ahead already and seems to be working on new A-series smartphones every day. As of now, Samsung is also working on the Galaxy A41, and which processor they are using is leaked on the Geekbench.
Samsung might be using the MediaTek Helio P65 for its budget-centric A41. It is also rumored that the 5G MediaTek processors can fin its ways to the 2020 Galaxy A-series. However, the Snapdragon/Exynos can still dominate the premium segment of the Galaxy Smartphones.
As for the MediaTek Helio P65, it consists of two high-powered/ performance Cortex A75 cores, with six Cortex A55 efficiency cores. But the downside of the processor is, it is made out of the 12nm process. Where Exynos can play its a-game very easily.
The presence of the MediaTek processor on A41 can precisely define that Samsung’s not making the smartphone. Instead, it is an ODM device, which is manufactured by third-party Chinese firms. For example, Foxconn.
As for the benchmarks, the Galaxy A41 will rock 4GB RAM with Android 10 running on the top. Nice to see that the smartphone will get the latest OS out of the box. There is a rumor circulating that the smartphone will pack a 48MP camera, 2MP macro-lens and 25MP selfie camera.
Also, for day to day juice, the smartphone will come with the battery not less than 3,500mAh.
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