Google will introduce its next-generation flagship smartphones later this year. The Pixel 9 series is expected to come with a new chipset that will be designed by Google, Tensor G4. In a recent development, an alleged Google Pixel 9 with Tensor G4 chip has surfaced.
Recently, an unreleased Google Pixel device codenamed Tokay benchmarked on Geekbench 5, which was allegedly powered by the Tensor G4 processor. In the single-core test, the chipset scored 1082 points, while the multi-core test score was 3121 points on Geekbench 5.
The octa-core chip has three clusters with four cores at 1.95GHz, three at 2.6GHz, and one at a peak of 3.1GHz. Additionally, the listing revealed that it uses a Mali G715 graphics processor. 8GB of RAM was paired with the device and it was running the Android 14 operating system.
Google’s Tensor G4 is expected to be a fine-tuned or customized variant of the Exynos 2400. The Galaxy S24 & S24 Plus use Exynos 2400 chip, which is fabricated by Samsung Foundry on its enhanced 4nm process. Still, we suggest you take this info as a grain of salt as things may change with time.
Galaxy A55 Vs Galaxy S21 FE: Fruitful upgrade that every Samsung fan deserves
Samsung will reportedly launch its new affordable phone, the Galaxy A55 later this month with an expected cost of around €449 and a fruitful upgrade. Therefore, you will not believe that, this A series model, Galaxy A55 could be better than the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE in various aspects.
A reliable tipster recently shared a specs comparison of both, the Fan Edition variant and an affordable A series model. In which the Samsung Galaxy A55 seems to offer much better capabilities in comparison to the Galaxy S21 FE. Notably, the Fan Edition model of 2022 is been priced at €759.
Ok, let’s move toward the fruitful upgrade that Samsung Galaxy A55 might bring for Galaxy fans. Starting with the SoC, the Galaxy S21 FE comes with Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100, while, the Galaxy A55 may feature an Exynos 1480 processor resulting in a similar performance.
The Fan Edition model equips a 6.4 FHD+ screen, whereas the Galaxy A55 will come with larger 6.6 FHD Amoled displays with support of 120Hz refresh rate and a peak brightness of 1200 and 1650 respectively. Samsung uses Gorilla Glass Victus+ for the Galaxy A55 instead of Galaxy S21 FE plastic material.
The upcoming A series model is also arriving with a significant camera upgrade, as the phone is expected to offer a 50MP sensor, while, Galaxy S21 FE only features a 12MP rear camera. The Fan Edition model comes with 6GB and 8GB RAM, although, the Galaxy A55 will be available in 8GB and 12GB RAM options.
Other improvements of Galaxy A55 include a 5000mah battery, 4nm processor, Aluminum frame, Galaxy AI, Super HDR video, Bluetooth 5.3, and more.
Samsung Galaxy S25 with new GPU tipped to offer improved performance
After the successful unveiling of the Galaxy S24 series, the focus of the firm and tech enthusiasts has now shifted towards its successor. Yes, the talks about Galaxy S25 devices have already begun in the tech world, so let’s delve into the details and check out what upgrades Samsung is about to bring with its upcoming flagship lineup.
As per the latest information, the alleged Samsung Galaxy S25, Galaxy S25+, and Galaxy S25 Ultra will come with upgraded processors, and that too will have new cores and GPU to offer consumers a more improved and optimized experience as compared to their predecessor – Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra.
Just like other Samsung flagship S series, the Galaxy S25 is also tipped to arrive with two different processors such as Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 which will bring new Oryon cores and Adreno GPU. Meanwhile, the second one is Exynos 2500 which includes new Cortex Cores and Xclipse 950 GPU for improved performance.
The tipster suggests that these both will bring performance improvements of over 30% as compared to their previous models. Also, it’s too early to talk about the Galaxy S25 series, so we suggest you to take this information as a pinch of salt.
The decision to integrate both Qualcomm’s Snapdragon and Samsung’s Exynos platforms into its flagship lineup demonstrates Samsung’s commitment to offering diverse technological options to its global customer base. It also allows users to experience optimal performance and efficiency tailored to their specific market.
Galaxy S25 series | Processors
Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 will bring new Oryon cores and Adreno GPU
Exynos 2500 will bring new Cortex Cores and Xclipse 950 GPU
Both will bring performance improvements of over 30% vs. their previous models. pic.twitter.com/3DHHaBGm4X
— Anthony (@TheGalox_) March 4, 2024
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2024) specifications leaked once again
Samsung is gearing up to launch a 2024 version of Galaxy Tab S6 Lite and recently a new leak has emerged on the web revealing some key specifications of the upcoming device. This information might bring a surge of excitement among Galaxy fans who are planning to upgrade their old tablet or purchase a new one.
To be mentioned, currently, there is no information available about the launch of this rebranded version of the tablet, but we can expect Samsung to unveil it soon. As the device has cleared several certifications, and a tipster named TheGalox_ has also shared the specifications and price of the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2024)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2024) Specifications
As per the details, the big screen device actually comes with a large 10.4 inch 1200×2000 LCD Display and is powered on an Exynos 1280 processor, to offer a hassle-free interpretation. Furthermore, the tablet will come with an Aluminum body and packs a 7040mah battery for prolonged use.
Moving on, the tablet will come with two memory configurations including 4GB RAM with 64GB and 128GB Storage. Accordingly, the 2024 version of Galaxy Tab S6 Lite will run on Android 14-based One UI 6.1 software and offer Bluetooth 5.3 and Spen support with a starting price of €429 in Europe.
Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 2024
• 10.4 inch 1200×2000 LCD Display
• Exynos 1280 (5nm)
• Aluminum body
• 7040mah battery
• 4gb ram & 64/128gb storage (expandable)
• Bluetooth 5.3
• One UI 6.1
• Spen (included)
— Anthony (@TheGalox_) March 4, 2024