A Samsung Galaxy Note 10 benchmark has been spotted onGeekbench. Actually, make that two.
The Galaxy Note 10 benchmark reveals that the SM-N976B version has 8GB of RAM, and is powered by an octa-core processor clocked at 1.95GHz. The name of the chipset is “universal9825” which is most likely the Exynos 9825 SoC made in-house by Samsung. This is probably the global variant.
The other Galaxy Note 10 benchmark shows that the phone has 12GB of RAM, but the processor speed is clocked at 1.75GHz. This is a Qualcomm powered phone, which will likely ship with a Snapdragon 855 processor, that will be sold in the U.S.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 benchmark score
Both variants run on Android 9 Pie and have quite similar scores with 3557 and 3529 points in the single-core tests, and 9654 & 10840 points in the multi-core tests. The Galaxy Note 10 benchmark scores are in the range of the Galaxy S10 phones.
Earlier rumours have suggested that the Note 10 could feature a 4,500 mAh battery. It is also said to be the first Samsung phone to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, but it hasn’t been confirmed.
Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 10 sometime in August. Stay tuned to AndroidPure and we will pick up the bits and pieces and put them together for you.