South Korean tech giant Samsung is clearly bringing out its big guns when it finally launches the Samsung Galaxy Note9 next month.
If you've been frequenting Geekbench lately, you'll notice that a slew of Samsung Galaxy Note9 models have already made their debuts. More than three months ago, the model SM-N960U officially graced the site and became the first variant to appear. The Snapdragon 845-equipped variant is intended for the U.S. market. Weeks later, a variant that was meant for the South Korean market appeared on the website toting the model number SM-N960N.
This week, an even newer Samsung Galaxy Note9 variant made its first appearance on the site. The new unlocked variant comes with a model number of SM-N960F. This internationally unlocked version, similar to all this type of variant, is powered by Samsung's Exynos 9810 chip.
The difference between the Galaxy Note9 model SM-N960N and the Galaxy Note9 model SM-N960F was very noticeable in terms of their single-core and multi-core score results. The South Korean version model SM-N960N generated a single-core and multi-core score of 2,737 and 9,064 respectively while the unlocked international model SM-N960F scored 3,716 and 8,984. Now, if there is something that can be picked up from this, it would be that Samsung has already made some improvements on optimizing its software.
Meanwhile, the same listing reiterates that the new Samsung Galaxy Note9 model will run the latest Android 8.1 Oreo and will be equipped with 6GB of RAM.
The newest phablet in Samsung's flagship lineup will debut at an event in New York on August 9. The company is also slated to reveal the devices' pricing and availability.
The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is expected to feature some headline-grabbing features during its launching. Some of these include an in-display fingerprint sensor, a Bluetooth-operated S Pen, and a massive battery.
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