Samsung usually uses the same processor at the main entries of both Galaxy Note and Galaxy S brands. However, it may seem to change this year, according to a leaked online result.
According to the Ice Universe, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy Note Plus will be powered by the Exynos 9825, an Exynos 9820 update. Attached to 8GB of RAM, the new processor seems to be a real powerhouse.
Ice Universe has posted on Twitter a landmark that allegedly reveals the level of performance we can expect from the Galaxy Note 10.
Galaxy Note10 Geekbench
Exynos 9825！ pic.twitter.com/ISIfpFsN5y
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 16, 2019
If the leak is correct, we can expect Geekbench results of 4,495 and 10,223 in single and multi-core tests which are higher than any other Android phone.
The iPhone XS and XS XS Max, which are powered by Apple’s A12 Bionic processor, reach 4,798 and 11,259 in the same single and multi-core tests at Geekbench 4.
Evaluation results are designed to help users compare performance across devices across different platforms. So regardless of the processor’s brand and operating system, the higher the Geekbench’s score, the better.