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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 appears on Geekbench again, this time with Exynos 9810

The phone was previously benchmarked with Snapdragon 845 processor

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Acquiring benchmark scores of smartphones prior to their launch is a good way to get an idea about their performance potential while it also acts as a pretty solid marketing exercise.

The top of the line Galaxy devices from Samsung are some of the best performers in the high-end smartphone segment and they deliver some of the best user experiences around. The latest development from the South Korean firm is that their next-in-line Galaxy Note 9 has been benchmarked on Geekbench.

The phone was benchmarked earlier as well and that time it was running the Snapdragon 845 chipset. This time though, it’s running Samsung’s in-house Exynos 9810 processor and it has seemingly outperformed its Snapdragon counterpart.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 benchmark scores

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9, running the Exynos 9810 chipset, has scored 2737 points and 9064 points in the Single-core and Multi-core sections respectively. Compared to this, its single-core and multi-score scores with the Snapdragon 845 were 2190 points and 8806 points respectively. This is a visible difference even though not much.

This has been a pattern with Samsung that their high-end phones running its Exynos chipset usually outperform their Snapdragon counterparts. Also, one common thing between both the Note 9 variants here is the 6 GB RAM.

Lastly, the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to sport a slightly larger 6.4-inch display (compared to 6.3-inch display of Note 8). It is likely to come with Bixby 2.0 and there is a chance that the fingerprint sensor could be moved to a more ergonomic-friendly position. The design language will supposedly remain unchanged.

Keep watching this space as we bring more updates on Samsung Galaxy Note 9 as well as other upcoming smartphones in 2018.

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