The alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 9 benchmark listing also displays single core and multi-core performance benchmarks for the phone.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the next flagship smartphone launch expected from the South Korean technology giant. The phone is expected to make its debut in August, 2018, so it’s time leaks and rumours started doing the rounds on the internet. This time however, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has surfaced in a Geekbench listing. The alleged listing of the Galaxy Note 9 was revealed by Slashleaks showing the performance of a device with model number SM-N960U.
The Galaxy Note 9 Geekbench listing further confirms that the smartphone will launch with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 845 SoC which also powers the company’s current Galaxy S9, S9+ flagship smartphones. Geekbench is designed to rate the raw computing performance of a device. According to the listing, Single core and multi-core performance scores for the Note 9 stand at 2190 and 8806, respectively. These are in-line with the benchmarks for the Galaxy S9+ with Snapdragon 845, which scored 2,390 in single-core test and 8,420 in multi-core test. In our testing of the Samsung Galaxy S9+ bearing the Exynos 9810 SoC, the phone scored an impressive 3769 for single-core and 8938 for multi-core performance. So it looks like the Galaxy Note 9 with Snapdragon 845 is benchmarked lower that the Galaxy S9+ with Samsung’s own Exynos 9810 SoC.
Samsung launched the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in the US and other markets with the Snapdragon 845 platform, however, the phones launched in India and other global markets with the Exynos 9810 chipset. Samsung is most likely to follow the same practice for the Galaxy Note 9.
In terms of memory, the Geekbench listing shows that the Galaxy Note 9 will come bearing 6GB of RAM. The Galaxy S9+ was also launched with 6GB RAM.
In the software department, one can always expect a Samsung flagship to feature the latest version of Android. The listing confirms this and the Galaxy Note 9 can be expected to launch with Android 8.1 Oreo onboard.
The listing does not mention any other specifications of the Galaxy Note 9, but a recent report by renowned KGI analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo stated that the phone will will skip the in-display fingerprint sensor. Other rumours suggest that the Note 9 will feature a bigger battery this time around. Samsung has already confirmed Bixby 2.0, so the second iteration of the digital assistant can also be expected to debut with the Galaxy Note 9.
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