Samsung Galaxy A22 appears on Geekbench with a MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset and 6 GB of RAM
It has only been a day since OnLeaks revealed the Galaxy A22's design, but Samsung's next budget smartphone has already appeared on Geekbench. The listing fills in a few blanks about the Galaxy A22, namely the SoC that Samsung has used, along with its RAM capacity and its model number.
According to the listing, Samsung has equipped the Galaxy A22 (SM-A226B) with an ARM MT6833V/NZA, which is the model number of the Dimensity 700. The cluster arrangements reinforce this, as the Dimensity 700 has six ARM Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 2 GHz and two Cortex-A76 cores that MediaTek has set to 2.2 GHz. The Dimensity 700 also has a Mali-G57 MC2 GPU that can reach 950 MHz.
The listing also shows the Galaxy A22 with 6 GB of RAM, although the Dimensity 700 supports up to 12 GB. There is no mention of what storage Samsung has chosen for the Galaxy A22, but it could use up to UFS 2.2. All this will combine with a 6.5-inch 'Infinity-V' display and four cameras. Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy A22 in July.