Galaxy S9+ Appears in Benchmarking Test

20 December, 2017 Samsung

The official launch date might still be a few months away, but that has not stopped the upcoming Galaxy S9+ from showing up on the latest Geekbench benchmarking test. As you can tell from the screenshot included, the performance is quite remarkable as the upcoming flagship handset from Samsung managed to score 2422 on the single-core test and 8351 on the multi-core test. Both of these scores are the highest ever scored by any Samsung device. Aside from letting us know how powerful the Galaxy S9-series will be in 2018, it also gives us a clear idea about the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip's computing powers. It would be quite interesting to see how Samsung's Exynos equivalent stands up to this chip.

In addition to showcasing power, this test result also managed to leak two other details about the Galaxy S9+. Firstly, it shows the model number of the handset as SM-G965 and secondly, we can see that the test was done while the handset was running Android 8.0 Oreo. We will find out more before the MWC 2018 arrives in February.

Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


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