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Galaxy Note 9 with 6GB RAM and Snapdragon 845, reveals leaked benchmark

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Mar 29, 2018, 9:31 pm IST
Updated Mar 29, 2018, 9:33 pm IST
The leaked benchmark also suggests the Galaxy Note 9 running on Android's latest Oreo 8.1.0 OS.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with S-Pen launched last year.
 Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with S-Pen launched last year.

After the nearly successful Galaxy S9 and S9+ launches recently, the upcoming Note 9’s benchmark shows up online. The leak suggests that Note 9 to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chipset with an octa-core processor and 6GB of RAM.

According to the benchmark image leaked on Slashleaks suggests that the Note 9 (model numbered SM-N960U) runs on the latest Android 8.1.0 Oreo. It also showcases the benchmark is performed on March 28. The benchmark numbers featured are impressive; it scored multi-core benchmark of 8806 and single-core benchmark of 2190 respectively. According to Phonearena, these scores are on par or even better than the S9+, as it scored 8420 in multi-core tests, and 2390 in single-core respectively.

 

Galaxy Note 9 benchmark(Photo: Slashleaks)

Since this variant is powered by Snapdragon, the numbers might slightly differ for Exynos model. As the Note 9 most likely launches in the second half of this year, this benchmark leak is quite early. As there is no change in the processor and RAM storage compared to the current S9+, we can expect a better camera and new stylus features on the Note 9 (with a larger screen obviously).

There have been rumours circulating that Samsung might go with in-screen fingerprint scanner on its Galaxy Note 9. Who knows it might be happening, as there aren’t any major under the hood changes according to this leaked benchmark leaks. 

 

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