Samsung Galaxy S9+ GeekBench scores leaked !


Samsung Galaxy S9+ is supposed to be the high-end variant of the new flagship with a dual-rear camera on board, and currently GeekBench scores of the phone are leaked online. Earlier GeekBench scores for the regular Galaxy S9 were shared on-line. According to a Dutch based website, the Galaxy S9+ can come with 6GB RAM, 2 rear cameras, and the scores posted are for the Exynos 9810 processor variant.

According to the website, Samsung SM-G965F which is the model number for the plus variant scores 3775 on single core and 9024 on multi-core, and this can be higher than the Galaxy S9. However, the Geekbench scores are still under the Apple iPhone 8 series. Still the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Geekbench score might put it on top of the other android flagship. the earlier leaks for the regular Galaxy S9 had shown the single-core score as 3648, whereas the multi-core score was mirrored as 8894.



Meanwhile, Twitter user Evan Blass has shared some more image of the upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ phones. Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ can launch on February 25 in Barcelona. Samsung is hosting an ‘Unpacked Event’ ahead of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 where it'll showcase both flagship phones.

The major highlight are the camera, which according to the newest leaks will have twin apertures, even on the single device variant. Samsung teasers have indicated a drastic improvement in camera, and there might an Animoji style feature as well. The new phones will have stereo speakers. However, storage is predicted to be restricted to 64GB, with 400 GB microSD card support. The Galaxy S9 could also return a higher pricing compared to the previous Galaxy S8 series, according to some reports.

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