Samsung Galaxy A7 powered by with Exynos 7580 comes to AnTuTu benchmark

Samsung’s alleged device the would-be-successor of Galaxy A7 is getting more and more attention following leaked details and rumors. A recently leaked report showed the upcoming member of Galaxy family with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 615 SoC. But it seems not final as now we have another assessment of the device showing different parts. A benchmarking test on the AnTuTu suggests the successor of Galaxy A7 with company’s own Exynos 7580 chipset.

Back in February we got the original Samsung Galaxy A7 with variety of chipsets on regional bases. Users in some regions were offered the Galaxy A7 with Snapdragon 615 while in other regions it was launched with company’s own Exynos 5430 chipset. Since then we have reports that company is mulling another model of the Galaxy A7 with upgraded chipset of Exynos, while the Snapdragon version is sought to remain unchanged.

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Current reports are showing the same where Samsung is suggested with Exynos 7580 against the Exynos 5430 on the current Galaxy A7. However the Exynos 7580 is also not new to users as it is already tried in a number of mid-range phones. According to the previous arrangement the Exynos 7580 is built with 28nm tech with integration for 1.6GHz octa-core processor and Mali-T720MP2 Graphics unit.

AnTuTu has put the new Galaxy A7 model on display with 37,563 points considering the expected mid-range components on board. This is good however as it stands above many other average devices with Snapdragon 615. Against the new model the original Galaxy A7 managed to score just 32,000 points on the AnTuTu. Other specs are also matching with those mentioned above. It shows a display of 5.5inch which would be Super AMOLED type. Besides these the devices is going to carry 3GB RAM and 16GB internal storage with 13megapixel rear and 5megapixel front shooters.

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