New Samsung Galaxy Note 9 benchmark brings good, bad news

Recently we have seen many rumors and leaks which showed off key specs of Samsung Galaxy Note 9. While we can’t confirm the specs or the existence of the device itself, we do know that the Korean giant is working on a successor of Note 8.

Adding up to the list of leaks, a new screenshot surfaced on the internet showing benchmark test results of what might be the Note 9. The benchmark test results are taken from the European variant of Note 9. The results reveal that Samsung will be going with their in-house SoC as Note 9 will come with the new Exynos 9815 processor and 8 GB RAM. Apart from this, the device is rumored to come with Android 8.1.0 out of the box and will hopefully have an option to upgrade to Android P.

However, one of the astonishing yet interesting thing about the benchmark result is core score. Galaxy Note 9 scored an astonishing 10,704 points and the single-core scored 5,162 -points leaving even Apple’s A11 processor behind. These results, if true are mindblowing and will make Note 9, the device in terms of performance.

Although, everything has a negative aspect. If you go by the results, it’s highly unlikely we will get to see the dual-fingerprint setup from Samsung. The company might drop in-display fingerprint sensor and go with the traditional sensor on the back. Also, it looks like Samsung might not be bundling the new fast-charging solution with the Note 9 and will also come with the same Galaxy S9 design.

We still have a lot of time before Samsung announces Galaxy Note 9 and we do hope Samsung brings new design changes to the device as you cannot put new Wine in an old bottle.

Via: Daily Express

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