Fresh benchmark test just revealed everything you want to know about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 9. Geekbench performed test today and shows that the New Galaxy Note 9 model Number SM-N960U is using Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 845 chipset, and 6GB RAM. This version will be available in North America only, other markets will get Exynos 9810 chipset, and this could be the company’s first device to have and in-display fingerprint scanner.
Test also shows that the Galaxy Note 9 is powered by Android 8.1 Oreo, but the processor performance doesn’t seem to be impressive, not for this kind of device because we have already seen multi-core benchmark with score of 8806, and a single-core with 2190 count, of course, these numbers are comparable to those of the Snapdragon 845- 8420 in multi-core and 2390 in single-core, and lower than Exynos 9810- 8894 in multi-core and 3648 in single-core.
Maybe when the device is on the market, these things get better. It is evident that Samsung still needs optimization that will help them to improve benchmark scores.
Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note 9 in August. Expectations are still high regarding camera enhancement and improved S Pen stylus.
OS Android 8.1.0
Processor Name Qualcomm Qualcomm
Topology 1 Processor, 8 Cores
Identifier ARM implementer 81 architecture 8 variant 6part 2050 version 13
Base-Frequency 1.777 GHz