We knew that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 was going to be the most powerful Android chip, just like it was last year, but if the latest Geekbench score is anything to go by, it has met its match and then some! Apparently, the Galaxy S9 international variant aka, the Exynos 9810-powered version of Samsung's upcoming flagship handset scored 3648 on the single-core test and 8894 on the multi-core test, both of which are significantly higher than the previously leaked scores of 2400 (median) and 8400 (median) of the SD 845. The Exynos's score looks particularly impressive if you look at the single-core score, which is more than1200 points ahead of the SD 845's single-core score and that's mighty impressive. It looks like rumors regarding the SD 845 being a mid-level chip in comparison with the Exynos might just have some truth to them after all!
The Exynos variant was identified as the model number clearly states SM-G960F; which would most obviously be the S9's international variant with the Exynos chip. Take a look at the leaked screenshot for more details.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)