A couple of weeks before Samsung Galaxy S9’s official launch, its benchmark results are available. Based on these Geekbench results, the Exynos 9810 processor will be marginally better than the Snapdragon 845 variant of the Galaxy S9. Snapdragon 845 was also benchmarked on Geekbench a few days back and it was possibly done on the upcoming Galaxy S9+.
For this Exynos 9810 processor, the model number is Samsung SM-G960F, which, based on the previously available information, will be the Galaxy S9. With Samsung’s Exynos processor, the Galaxy S9 scored 3,648 in single-core and 8,894 in multi-core tests on Geekbench. While the Snapdragon 845 scored 2,378 and 8,132 in single-core and multi-core tests respectively. Moreover, the RAM with the Snapdragon 845 was 6GB, while the Galaxy S9 will supposedly have 4GB of RAM. Despite the fact, the Galaxy S9 scored higher.
The benchmark results have been provided by Ice Universe on Twitter, who also revealed the Snapdragon 845 results. The benchmark was performed yesterday itself, that means we might be looking at the final version of the phone right before its launch. The Galaxy S9 will come running Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, and not Android 8.1. Samsung recently updated its current flagship Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ to Android Oreo.
Last month, the retail box of the Galaxy S9 had leaked that revealed quite a few details like the inclusion of stereo speakers, variable aperture for the rear camera, and IP68 water and dust resistance. The press images of the phone have also been made available a couple of times. Samsung has scheduled an event for February 25 where we will be able to see the two Samsung flagships launch officially. The phones will reportedly go on sale next month.
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