These days Samsung is busy in the rollout of Android Oreo update for their Galaxy devices but it doesn’t mean that they aren’t working on new devices. Today we are having some hot news for all the Samsung lovers. Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 9 recently got revealed in a benchmark listing which further reveals some of the specs of it as well. We know that you all are curious to know more about the handset, so without wasting a moment let’s check out the facts.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has just made its way to a well-known Benchmarking platform Geekbench. Similar to other flagship devices from Samsung it will be made available in two variants: Qualcomm and Exynos. A few weeks back we have already witnessed the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 running Note 9 and now is the time for Exynos version. The Note 9 benchmarked is running an Exynos 9810 Octa-Core processor coupled with mammoth 6GB’s of RAM.
When it comes to scores, the device has managed to gain 2737 in Single-Core whereas 9064 in Multi-Core. The score is quite attractive and we can say Note 9 will going to be a performance beast. The device will run on Samsung Experience UI based on Android 8.1.0 Oreo. As suggested by rumors the device will come equipped with a massive 6.4(inch) of Quad-HD+ Super AMOLED Display. The device will come with a Dual-Camera setup and we are expecting a Bezel-less design on this forthcoming device. For more latest content about the Android world stay tuned to GoAndroid.