According to recent rumors, Samsung is reportedly testing a new Exynos chip for its upcoming mid-range device, the Samsung Galaxy A55. This development is in line with a previous report from last year, which stated that Samsung will continue to use the Exynos line despite relying on Qualcomm for its flagship Galaxy S23.
The speculated Exynos chip, codenamed S5E8845, is expected to be referred to as the Exynos 1480 processor. This assumption is based on the fact that previous Exynos chips had similar codenames with the last two digits varying. Additionally, the Exynos 1480 is said to have an internal codename of “Rose.”
In terms of camera capabilities, the Galaxy A55 is said to feature a 50 MP primary camera, similar to that found on the Galaxy A54. It remains uncertain whether there will be any tweaks or improvements to enhance the device’s market appeal. While no further details regarding the Galaxy A55 have been disclosed, there are speculations that the device may be released in March 2024, potentially alongside the Galaxy A35.
Please note that the information provided is based on rumors and should be taken with a grain of salt. Stay tuned for official announcements from Samsung regarding the Galaxy A55.