Following the S24 series, Samsung is anticipated to unveil its A3x and A5x series soon. The Galaxy A35, revealed in CAD-based renders showcasing a punch-hole screen, has now appeared in Geekbench benchmarks under the model number SM-A356U.
The benchmark results indicate that the phone will be powered by the Exynos 1380 SoC, a departure from the Dimensity 1080 chipset used in the A34. With a single-core score of 782, the A35's performance is nearly identical to the A34, while its multi-core score of 2814 slightly surpasses the A34's 2752.
Additionally, the benchmark reveals 6GB of RAM, although an 8GB variant is expected. The phone is set to run on Android 14, promising four years of OS updates and five years of security updates, complemented by Samsung Knox security and Samsung Pay.
More details are anticipated to emerge in the coming weeks, as the phone is slated for release in Q1 2024.