The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 popped up on the popular benchmark app: Geekbench.
In the past, Note 9 showed up on Geekbench with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with 6GB of RAM.
The score was 2411 in the single core test and 8712 in the multi-core. This result was uploaded on May 9, 2018.
Now this new benchmark is running Exynos 9810 CPU paired with 6GB of RAM.
The consensus between the Qualcomm and Exynos variants of Galaxy devices is that the devices which features Exynos has slightly better real-life performance.
We have an example of Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, whose Exynos model was not plagued with lag throughout the UI like the Qualcomm version was.
Anyways, the more recent benchmark score is 2737 in the single-core and 9064 in the multi-core. Both benchmark were run with 6GB of RAM.
There are rumors about the other specification of the phone, which tell us that Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will have larger 6.4-inch display than Galaxy Note 8 display which is 6.3 inches. The phone will support large battery and Bixby 2.0.