Samsung Galaxy A40 benchmarked with Exynos 7885 chipset

16 January 2019
This follows the Galaxy A50 with Exynos 9610 from yesterday. Here's how they compare speed-wise.

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  • Anonymous

I just wish they’d reduce those bezels to the minimum with those humongous screens they have today. I’d have to get baggy pants with big pockets just for the phone.

Oh, it maybe not s10lite, s10 and s10+ after all.
S10, S30, S50 could be the final name.
The next iteration should be s11, s31, s51.

They should improve GPU bundled with 7885 chipset. Below average compared to SD 660.

  • kingxp

Better to go for old flagship mobiles.
Much reliable than new M (mad) and A (awful) series.

  • Nick aonus

Competition within samsung products. Ugly.
Customer will confuse.

a simple dude, 16 Jan 2019Flagships..?? What flagships are you talking about, 2015?bro if this phone is not up to your expectations, it doesn't mean that everybody should think like you, and am not talking about flagships, read my comment once more:)

  • Anonymous

More expensive A50 has LCD but cheaper A40 has AMOLED???

DJ FROST, 16 Jan 2019nice, not bad, not bad, gotta make the midrange almost as good a... moreFlagships..?? What flagships are you talking about, 2015?

  • Zero

So... The A70 might have the 9610 for Europe and having an AMOLED screen...

And the best of the A series, the A90 might sport the new Exynos chip? Maybe a Dual Core Moongoose 3 with hexa A55 and Mali G76 MP6?

  • Anonymous

DJ FROST, 16 Jan 2019nice, not bad, not bad, gotta make the midrange almost as good a... moreNote 7 and note 7 pro are way better and cheaper

  • Anonymous

My 3-year old S7 has higher benchmark scores than this.

nice, not bad, not bad, gotta make the midrange almost as good as the flaships ones.

  • Anonymous

M Series for India
A Series for Europe

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