Geekbench sighting raises questions about Samsung’s plans for the future

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Leaker Abhishek Yadav has noticed an unannounced Samsung cellphone on the benchmarking platform Geekbench. The handset carries the mannequin quantity SGH-N378 and it’s powered by the Snapdragon 750G, which suggests it is 5G-ready.

The benchmarking web site has additionally revealed that the chip shall be mated with the Adreno 619 GPU and 6GB of RAM. Per the itemizing, the cellphone in query will run Android 11.

The lately launched Galaxy A42 5G can also be underpinned by the Snapdragon 750G, and the rumored Galaxy A52 5G can also be anticipated to have the similar chip underneath the hood.
So, is the SGH-N378 mannequin quantity associated to the Galaxy A52? Well, not essentially.

The SGH-N378 could possibly be part of a wholly new vary

The eagle-eyed of us at GSM Arena level out that the SGH-N378 mannequin quantity follows the similar sample as older Samsung fashions, and this conference was dropped after 2013. The web site notes that the identifier is ‘completely different from the Galaxy A42 5G’s SM-A426B and SM-A426B/DS.’
If one other Geekbench itemizing is to go by, the Galaxy A52 5G carries the mannequin quantity SM-A526B, which traces up properly with Galaxy A51 5G’s SM-A516B identifier.

Could the South Korean large be planning so as to add a brand new Galaxy sequence to its portfolio? It’s onerous to fathom that risk, on condition that the chaebol has so many smartphone traces already. it lately launched the Galaxy F sequence and has additionally adopted the Galaxy Z moniker for its foldable telephones.

Thus, it is unlikely that the misplaced mannequin quantity factors at a brand new vary of units, and it’s presumably referring to the Galaxy A52.

The midranger will reportedly function a quad-camera setup with a 64MP main digital camera and an 8-megapixel macro lens, and it’ll are available the colours white, black, blue, and orange. Samsung is anticipated to announce the cellphone subsequent month.

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