In March 2023, Samsung officially introduced its Galaxy A 2023 series models which also included the Galaxy A54 5G, powered by Exynos 1380 chipset. It seems that the company is now working on the next generation models because recently we got a look at a leak of Galaxy A55 5G.
This morning, a new model from Samsung that carries the model number: SM-A5560 got listed on 3C Certification. From the model number, it can be judged that this is the Chinese version of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A55 that also supports 5G.
The 3C Certification didn’t consist of a lot of leaked information. It just mentions that the upcoming Galaxy A55 5G will support charging at 25W (9V/2.77A) and the charging adaptor wouldn’t be shipped along with the phone, the buyers would be required to buy it separately.
Sometimes, it seems disappointing when other smartphone manufacturing brands are providing 120W charging in their mid-range devices, Samsung is still sticking to years-old 25W charging and even from last year, they have stopped providing the charging adaptor.
As per previous news, the new Galaxy A55 5G is expected to be powered by an all-new Exynos 1480 chipset which would be the improved version of Exynos 1380 (used in Galaxy A54). The chipset is also reported to offer a GPU that is designed in collaboration with AMD, the famous CPU and GPU manufacturing company.
In addition, the Exynos 1480 was also listed on Geekbench (a few days ago) revealing that this chipset would consist of a total of eight cores including four P-Cores clocked @2.75GHz and four E-Cores clocked @2.05GHz.
Some sources also reported that the camera section is expected to remain the same as in Galaxy A54. It would feature the same 50MP primary lens on the backside and a 32MP front lens inside the punch-hole.
The 3C certification denotes that Samsung has almost completed the work on its Galaxy A55 and will launch it soon (probably in the first quarter of 2024).