The Samsung Galaxy A71 is already on the market, and we have had the opportunity to speak to you in the full review, however, it seems that soon will be joined by a variation in the degree of access to the network 5G.
Of course the support to the next generation of connectivity also implies a change of SoC, the Snapdragon 730 is not compatible with any modem 5G. According to the latest sightings on Geekbench, it seems that Samsung has chosen to rely on one of the its solutions implemented in the house: we talk aboutthe Exynos 980, presented by the Korean company last September. This is affiancherebbero 8GB of RAM memory.
The return to an Exynos chip may turn up their nose at all those who would have preferred a solution Qualcomm – perhaps the Snapdragon 765 5G -, we must remember, however, that the chip made by Samsung is a great SoC for mid-range, developed with the manufacturing process to 8nm FinFET.
We speak of a chip which has a CPU from 2 core Cortex-A77 2,2 GHz and 6-core Cortex-A55 1.8 GHz, integrates a Mali GPU-G76 MP5, and offers support to networks 5G sub 6-GHz up to 2.55 Gbps. At the moment there are no indications about the distribution of Galaxy A71 5G, but the smartphone could be launched soon.