Following Samsung Galaxy A70s, Samsung Galaxy A71 appeared on Geekbench yesterday. This is the next generation of Samsung A-series flagship phone that is scheduled to be launched next year with Galaxy A91 in Europe.
The latest study showed that both the Galaxy A71 and the Galaxy A91 would be out-of-the-box with Android 10.0. That said, there is some exciting stuff on the Geekbench listing.
SM-A715F is the model number for the Galaxy A71, and an SM-6150 SoC has been detected, in other words, Qualcomm Snapdragon 675. The results show, however, that the CPU could be something stronger in the Snapdragon 7XX series (can be SD730 G).
Well, it must be said that sometimes Geekbench is incorrect with the processor, as in many previous instances. In addition, the Galaxy A70s were also identified with a more fascinating processor – although the version for Android is referenced as 10 and 8GB of RAM.
Samsung has not even announced the rumored Galaxy A70, so it’s quite early to say anything about Galaxy A71. The Galaxy A70s is thought to be the first device of Samsung with a sensor 64MP ISOCELL GW1, but it’s not officially confirmed.
If turns out to be true, Samsung will need to make a real upgrade to the Galaxy A71 with more in the Galaxy A70. The Galaxy A70 also comes with a teardrop, so we could also see an update next year for a hole-punch layout. The screen is 6.7 inches and the battery is 4,500mAh and we aren’t expecting to see Samsung adding a lot more to it because the screen and battery are already enormous.