Samsung’s New Mid-Range 5G Phone debuts on GeekBench: Fresh Digging Screen

As a major international manufacturer, Samsung has recently revealed that a mid-range 5G phone is about to be released. According to foreign media reports, a new Samsung phone appeared on the GeekBench running sub-platform recently, and it may be the previously exposed Samsung Galaxy A52 5G. With the maturity of 5G technology and related facilities, the sales of mid-range 5G phones are getting better and better.


From the information page of GeekBench, Samsung’s mobile phone has a single-core performance of 523 and a multi-core score of 1859. It is likely that it is the Snapdragon 750G processor that has not yet officially unveiled. It is reported that this mid-range 5G chip is reported to use 8nm process technology, built-in Kryo 570 CPU and Adreno 619 GPU, graphics rendering performance increased by 10%.


A rendering of the Galaxy A52 5G has been exposed on the Internet before, and it also uses a hole-digging full-screen design. The back of the fuselage adopts a two-stage style, and the texture is good. It is speculated that the size of the screen should be about 6 inches, with a combination of four lenses on the back, and the camera quality should be nice.