Samsung Galaxy A90 and Note 10 pop-up on Geekbench ahead of the official launch

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Samsung is rumoured to launch the Galaxy Note 10 soon. The company has been working on the Galaxy Note 10 since the launch of Galaxy Note 9 last year. However, the company hasn’t given up on other Galaxy series as well.

According to a new Geekbench listing, Samsung is planning to launch Galaxy A90 soon. Not only that, but Samsung is also planning to announce a 5G variant of Galaxy Note 10 which will come with 12 GB of RAM and will be exclusive to Verizon. The device managed to score 3,529 points in the single-core test and a slightly less impressive 10,840 points in the multi-core test. There is also another variant of Galaxy Note 10 that comes with Exynos 9825 which is slightly better than Exynos 9820 and will Samsung’s first SoC based on 7nm architecture.

Apart from Note 10, Samsung is also planning to launch Galaxy A90 soon. The Galaxy A90 will be powered by a Snapdragon 675 octa-core SoC, coupled with 6GB RAM. There’s no word on when either of the devices will launch but we suspect a late July launch with shipping starting in early-August of 2019.

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