Galaxy Note 9 benchmarks test results leaks online

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Samsung just released the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus a month back and we are not expecting any more devices from Samsung for a few months. However, Samsung is working hard to launch the Note 9 this fall and it is rumored to have some great specs.

This can be backed by the recent appearance of a mysterious device on Geekbench from Samsung. Codenamed, Samsung SM-N960U, it appears to be the Galaxy Note 9. It shows a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 6GB of RAM, and runs on Android 8.1. The benchmark scores show performance for both single and multi-core processing and it appears to be fast enough but doesn’t beat Galaxy S9. We do suspect that this is because the device is still not ready for production and the performance will improve as we move forward.

Samsung is also working on in-display fingerprint scanner for the Galaxy Note 9 but it isn’t going too well for the company. We still have a few months before the Galaxy Note 9 is official so let’s hope for the best.

Source: Geekbench; Via: BGR

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