As we have said several times over the past few days, Samsung is making the final preparations to strengthen its offer in the mid-range segment, with the launch of new smartphones from the Galaxy A family.
Now, it was the turn of the Samsung Galaxy A41 to appear in a performance test carried out on the Geekbench platform. Although only a few of the specifications have been revealed, a small detail will not appeal to many users.
Samsung Galaxy A41 recalls that partnership with MediaTek remains in force
Although its Exynos processors continue to become increasingly popular, Samsung seems determined to continue its sporadic partnership with MediaTek.
According to the recent Geekbench listing, the Samsung Galaxy A41 will arrive equipped with the MediaTek Helio P65 processor, which will not please many users.
Although MediaTek has managed to bring major improvements to its processors over the past few years, users continue to give preference to Qualcomm’s offerings.
MediaTek Helio P65 will not be able to be as efficient as the Exynos
Regarding its hardware, the Helio P65 processor is impressive, but it will hardly be able to be as efficient as its alternative from the Samsung line, the Exynos 9611.
One of the most important factors in the efficiency of a processor is its manufacturing process. In the case of the MediaTek Helio P65, a 12nm process is used, while in the Exynos 9611 a 10nm process is used.
Still in the performance test, it was confirmed that it will have at least 4GB of RAM and will arrive with the Androdi 10 (OneUI 2.0) from the factory.
What else do we know about the Galaxy A41
In addition to the recent information, we also know that the new mid-range will arrive with a 25 megapixel front camera. With regard to its rear cameras, we only know that the main sensor will be 48MP and will have a 2MP macro camera.
To ensure that the Galaxy A41 manages to offer pleasant autonomy, Samsung decided to bet on a 3,500mAh battery.
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