Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Spotted on Geekbench With Exynos 9810 SoC

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 based on Exynos 9810 system-on-chip (SoC) has been seen Geekbench. The brand new development emerges weeks after the US variant of the forthcoming Galaxy Note version surfaced on the benchmarking site displaying its functionality with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. The Galaxy Note 9 handset is expected to launch at IFA 2018 in late August. Comparable to the previous Galaxy Note series handsets, the new version is likely to come in equally Exynos and Snapdragon SoC choices.

The listing spotted on Geekbench shows the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 version with version number SM-N960N. This new model, unlike its US counterpart that is thought to have the model number SM-N960U, has the Exynos 9810 SoC combined with 6GB of RAM. The list also highlights that there is Android 8.1 Oreo, which will be very likely to have the newest version of Samsung Expertise on the top.

In terms of standard scores, the Exynos SoC-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has obtained a single-core score of 2,737, while its multi-core score attained 9,064. All these are notably greater than the scores received by the US version of the Galaxy Note 9. The US variant obtained 2,190 single-core score and 8,806 multi-core score back in March. However, it made another entrance on Geekbench just earlier this month using the slightly better single-core score in 2,411, while its multi-core score dipped slightly to 8,712.

If we think the current rumors, the Galaxy Note 9 will comprise a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen along with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio and also include a 4000mAh battery. Some reports claimed that the newest Galaxy Note version will include an in-display fingerprint scanner, though there are speculations that Samsung may finally consider a conventional rear-facing fingerprint scanner. It’s also expected to feature Bixby 2.0. What’s more, the service page of the Galaxy Note 9 already emerged on Samsung’s North Africa and South Africa sites to formally confirm its existence.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 based on Exynos 9810 system-on-chip (SoC) has been seen Geekbench. The brand new development emerges weeks after the US variant of the forthcoming Galaxy Note version surfaced on the benchmarking site displaying its functionality with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. The Galaxy Note 9 handset is expected to launch at IFA 2018 in late August. Comparable to the previous Galaxy Note series handsets, the new version is likely to come in equally Exynos and Snapdragon SoC choices.

The listing spotted on Geekbench shows the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 version with version number SM-N960N. This new model, unlike its US counterpart that is thought to have the model number SM-N960U, has the Exynos 9810 SoC combined with 6GB of RAM. The list also highlights that there is Android 8.1 Oreo, which will be very likely to have the newest version of Samsung Expertise on the top.

In terms of standard scores, the Exynos SoC-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has obtained a single-core score of 2,737, while its multi-core score attained 9,064. All these are notably greater than the scores received by the US version of the Galaxy Note 9. The US variant obtained 2,190 single-core score and 8,806 multi-core score back in March. However, it made another entrance on Geekbench just earlier this month using the slightly better single-core score in 2,411, while its multi-core score dipped slightly to 8,712.

If we think the current rumors, the Galaxy Note 9 will comprise a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen along with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio and also include a 4000mAh battery. Some reports claimed that the newest Galaxy Note version will include an in-display fingerprint scanner, though there are speculations that Samsung may finally consider a conventional rear-facing fingerprint scanner. It’s also expected to feature Bixby 2.0. What’s more, the service page of the Galaxy Note 9 already emerged on Samsung’s North Africa and South Africa sites to formally confirm its existence.

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