Samsung Galaxy A51 Geekbench results reveal Exynos 9611 chipset and Android 10 OS

“The Samsung Galaxy A51 will succeed the Galaxy A50s, and is expected to launch next year”

The Samsung Galaxy A51 is among the many Galaxy A series smartphones expected to launch next year. However, ahead of that, a Samsung phone with model number SM-A515F – believed to be the Galaxy A51 – has surfaced on Geekbench. The listing reveals that the Galaxy A51 will rock the same Exynos 9611 chipset as its predecessor, the Galaxy A50s (review), which was launched not-so-long ago. The chipset is based on a 10nm FinFET process, offers 2.3GHz clock speed, and is aided by a Mali-G72 MP3 GPU.

The Galaxy A51 alleged Geekbench listing

The interesting bit though is the Galaxy A51’s operating system. The phone will reportedly come pre-loaded with Android 10 out of the box. Of course, the Android version will have Samsung’s custom OneUI on top. Furthermore, the benchmarking platform confirms 4GB of RAM on the phone. There may be a 6GB RAM variant of the Galaxy A51 in works as well. The phone has scored 323 points in the single-core and 1,185 points in the multi-core tests.

The Samsung Galaxy A50s (for representation purposes only).

Apart from this, the benchmark site does not reveal anything else about the Samsung Galaxy A51. However, going by the previous leaks and rumours, the handset is tipped to feature quad rear camera setup that comprises a 32-megapixel main sensor. This will reportedly be paired with 12-megapixel wide-angle lens + 12-megapixel telephoto shooter with 2x optical zoom + 5-megapixel depth-sensing unit. 

The phonemaker is expected to ship the Galaxy A51 with 64GB or 128GB storage options and Silver, Black and Blue colours. The rest details of the handset are currently under the wraps, though we can expect the rumour mill to reveal more info sooner than later.