The South Korean version of Galaxy A34 5G will be fueled by MediaTek Dimensity 1080 chipset
We can expect that the Galaxy A34 5G and the Galaxy A54 5G will be launched soon. Since both devices received Bluetooth certification just a few days ago. In short, the South Korean version of the Galaxy A34 5G was identified in the database of Geekbench. This appearance shed some light on the feature specifications of the forthcoming device.
In accordance with the details presented in the Geekbench database, the Galaxy A34 5G is expected to be fueled by a MediaTek processor. Reportedly, this processor has two performance cores. These two performance cores are clocked at 2.6GHz. Additionally, it has six efficiency cores as well. The efficiency cores are clocked at 2GHz. The detailed information about the cores suggests that it could be the MediaTek Dimensity 1080 processor. This processor is fabricated on a 6nm process by TSMC. It is also accompanied by the Mali G68 GPU. in addition to this, Dimensity 1080 SoC features modern wireless connectivity features as well as a built-in 5G modem.
Furthermore, the listing by Geekbench has revealed that the Galaxy A34 5G Korean version will hold the model number SM-A346N. Concerning the Geekbench scores in CPU performance, the device scored 778 points on the single-core test. Whereas it secured 2,332 points on the multi-core test. According to the listing details, the device will offer 6GB of RAM. However, it could offer some high configurations for RAM as well.
Galaxy A34 5G will accompany the Android 13 with One UI 5.0 out of the box. previous renders reported that the device will have a display in a 20:9 aspect ratio. The display is in line with other flagship smartphones by the company. Additionally, the reports also suggest that the forthcoming Galaxy A34 5G will display a design similar to the other flagship devices of Samsung.
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