Some of Samsung’s new smartphone Galaxy A31’s features, which we talked about a lot recently, appeared in Geekbench. Features included in Geekbench included the processor of the device and RAM capacity.
These days we hear a lot of information about the Samsung Galaxy A31, which is expected to be released by South Korean technology Samsung. The device proved that it will have a dual-band Wi-Fi connection by getting the Wi-Fi Alliance certification recently.
With the Samsung Galaxy A31 support page that appeared yesterday, it was pointed out that the device will be introduced very soon. However, there was no feature on the support page that Samsung opened for A31. Here are the key features of the company’s expected smartphone today.
Samsung Galaxy A31 showed itself in Geekbench:
In Geekbench, where we can learn the features of many smartphones before they are released, this time, the guest was the Samsung Galaxy A31. Galaxy A31 appeared with the model number SM-A315F. The device was able to score 349 points from single-core tests in Geekbench’s tests and 1,291 points from Geekbench 5.1 multi-core tests.
According to the chart in Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy A31 will get its power from the MediaTek MT6768V / CV processor. According to the predictions, the real name of this processor is Helio P65. However, the device will come with 4 GB of RAM. Of course, as with almost every device today, we can expect a few RAM options on the Samsung Galaxy A31.
Although there is no other feature of the Samsung Galaxy A31 in Geekbench, let’s review what we have heard before. The certification site, SafetyKorea, has proven that the Samsung Galaxy A31 will be released with a huge 5,000 mAh battery and will support fast charging.
According to some claims, the Samsung Galaxy A31 will host a 5 MP macro camera along with the 48 MP main camera. The device will have 64 GB / 128 GB storage options that can be increased with a microSD card at any time. On the front camera side, a 25 MP camera will meet us.
Unfortunately, the fingerprint sensor to be found on the Samsung Galaxy A31 is not expected to be embedded on the screen. Instead, this sensor is said to be located at the back of the device. But let’s not forget the fact that all the features we mentioned are claims.