Samsung is working on their upcoming flagship phablet in Galaxy lineup, Galaxy Note 9. As usual, the smartphone might get revealed before August or September. Ahead of the release, the smartphone now appears on the smartphone processor benchmarking platform Geekbench. The device found on Geekbenhc comes with the model number SM-N960N, which evidently leads to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
The smartphone, as found on Geekbench, powers the Exynos 9810 Chipset, the chipset that comes with the Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones. Also, it pairs up six gigs of RAM under the hood. But, it is not yet confirmed if the 6GB variant is still the base model or the most top one. The smartphone runs Android 8.1.0 Oreo Operating System.
Even though the Galaxy Note9 comes with the same old Exynos 9810, it seems to have managed to surpass the Galaxy S9 in performance. The single score performance showcases 2737 scores while the multi-core score crosses 9064. Compared to other Android smartphones in the same range, it is quite great looking performance and could surpass every other device. But still, lags behind the Apple iPhone X. We can expect the test results of Snapdragon variant of the smartphone soon, which would perform much better.
Concerning the hardware, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 would be a minor upgrade from the previous model with hardware specifications similar to the Galaxy S9. The display panel will remain the same without any notch, but lesser bezels and curved edges. The smartphone will hit the global market with Exynos 9810 Chipset, whilst the Snapdragon 845 variant can only be available in the States. The Galaxy Note series smartphones are incomplete without a signature S-Pen, so expect this one too with some more functions and features added.