Samsung Galaxy M44 equipped with Qualcomm’s ex-flagship chipset

A flagship is still a flagship, but in this case, the clearly mid-ranger Galaxy M44 is bizarrely stronger than the “superior” A Series

A recently discovered Samsung smartphone has caught the attention of tech enthusiasts as it appears the company is preparing to make its mark in the already crowded mid-range market.

Regular testing and benchmarking activities are nothing new for Samsung, but what makes this device stand out is its use of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 SoC.

This is a surprising choice for Samsung as they usually rely on their own Exynos components. In addition, the Snapdragon 888 has been available for nearly three years, making Samsung’s use of this technology even more intriguing.

Recent reports have unveiled that the upcoming Galaxy M44 smartphone will bear the model number SM-M446K and one of its versions is expected to come with a generous 6GB RAM, as confirmed by various benchmark tests.

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It is also speculated that there may be more variants of the device available in the market. During the testing phase, a prototype of the phone was seen running on the latest Android 13 operating system, which is most likely to be the version it will debut with, unless there are any unforeseen delays that could push back the release date to next year.

The Galaxy M44 is highly anticipated to hit the Indian market soon, and we are excited to get our hands on this enigmatic device.


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