The release of the Galaxy M55 5G seems imminent, with its recent appearance on the Geekbench 4 online performance benchmark (via MySmartPrice). The phone, identified by the model number SM-M556B, has disclosed important details like the processor and RAM. Let’s dive into the Geekbench listing to gather all the information currently available about this device.
According to the Geekbench listing, the Galaxy M55 5G features a motherboard codenamed Taro. The chip’s base frequency is 1.80GHz, and it’s reported that the maximum clock speed reaches 2.40GHz. The Adreno 644 GPU supports these specifications.
The processor is thought to be 4nm based Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. The Galaxy M55 5G showcases a single-core performance of 3,575 and a multi-core score of 11,330, as indicated by the Geekbench benchmark. It’s important to note that these scores might vary on different Geekbench versions, making direct comparisons with other smartphones unreliable.
Galaxy M55 will be a great mid-range addition for users. It is important to always remember to compare the phone you are interested in to know better the specs differences.
The tested model comes equipped with 8GB of RAM and runs on the One UI software based on Android 14, indicating it will debut with One UI 6. While specific details are limited, considering Samsung’s past patterns, the Samsung Galaxy M55 is anticipated to be launched around March or April. Stay tuned for updates!