The Galaxy Note 9 is the next big thing from the South Korean giant, Samsung as its second flagship after the Galaxy S9/S9+ devices. The Galaxy Note 9 has been in rumors since many months now, and finally, we get to see some benchmarks for the upcoming handset and let me tell you, it’s crushing it with the benchmarks found on geekbench. Get ready, the Single Score CPU Performance score of the Galaxy Note 9 is 5162, blowing the Apple iPhone X out of the water, ripping everything apart. While the single core score is mind-boggling, the multi-score also continues to impress with its 10.7K score.
All this score of the device found on Geekbench which is named as the Galaxy Note 9 leaves, Apple’s A11 Bionic Chip in the dust. And interestingly, the Galaxy Note 9(model number SM-N960F) here is doing this with Samsung’s own in-house manufactured CPU that is the Exynos chip and not a Qualcomm Snapdragon.
The Exynos processor mentioned in the Geekbench listings is Exynos 9815 which is an Octa-Core SoC, and it is paired with 8 Gigs of RAM. And we’re sure that this will easily come with either 256GB or even 512GB of internal storage and at this point, we don’t think an SD card is in question.
Moreover, the device here is running on the latest Android Oreo 8.1 OS and will probably arrive with a brand new Note centric Samsung Experience UI 9.x. Furthermore, there will also be a variant based on the Snapdragon 845 for the US markets. But it doesn’t sound as exciting as this Exynos model. However, earlier Samsung has been suspected of cheating in benchmarks earlier, and we hope it isn’t the case for this time. The overall design of the Galaxy Note 9 will be borrowed from the Galaxy S9, and we’ll probably see the device in late August or so.
However, it is still unclear whether this image is legit or not, so take this info with a giant grain of salt and not to make final judgments over this.