While the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are yet to bring any success stories for Samsung, the Galaxy Note 9 has now been spotted on Geekbench. The latest benchmark listing reveals. The key specifications of the Galaxy Note 9 as well as shows its top-end benchmark. It also points to the presumption that Samsung will offer the Galaxy Note 9 in the US with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845.
The benchmark listing on the Geekbench site details the upcoming Samsung Galaxy handset with model number SM-N960U.
This suggests that the listing is of none other than the Galaxy Note 9 as the last year’s Galaxy Note 8 carried SM-N950U model number series in the US. Furthermore, the listing highlights that the model has a Snapdragon 845 SoC. Coupled with 6GB of RAM and runs Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. These offerings have enabled the smartphone to deliver a single-core score of 2,190 and multi-core score of 8,806. That received 2,390 scores in single-core tests and 8,420 scores in multi-core tests. But at the same time, when comparing the newly emerged benchmark results with the Exynos 9810-based Galaxy S9. There are inferior numbers as the Galaxy series flagship scored 3,648 in single-core tests and 8,894 in multi-core tests.
Moreover, Samsung could add some optimisations before the launch of the new Galaxy Note model to make it, at least, as fast as the Galaxy S9+. Samsung hasn’t formally revealed any details about the Galaxy Note 9. However, some rumours in the past claimed that this new Galaxy handset will come with an under-display fingerprint sensor. But KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo earlier this month reported. That Samsung might not include the under-display fingerprint sensor to avoid technological issues. With its incorporation on the Galaxy Note 9. Than expected date as it already said to have started testing the smartphone’s firmware globally.