Galaxy Note10 Exynos 9825 version appears on Geekbench

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Samsung has confirmed that they will introduce the latest flagship Samsung smartphone , the Samsung Galaxy Noteon August 7, 2019. Not even short of the introduction, Samsung will immediately open the Galaxy Note10 offer in many countries.

Well! Now the smartphone is hanging out on the Geekbench site. Arriving with the model number SM-970F, this smartphone will be supported by the Exynos 9825 chipset . Not to forget, Geekbench also recorded the RAM that is in the smartphone, which is equal to 8 GB.

But what you should know, this is not the first time Note10 hang out on the Geekbench site. Last month, the device suspected of being a Galaxy Note10 also appeared and came with the model number SM-N976B. Interestingly, the device has a chipset and the same amount of RAM.

Even so, the SM-970F was able to score better than the SM-N976B in testing Geekbench. This indicates that Samsung has succeeded in developing software that is far better than before.

Reportedly, there is also the Note10 variant with Snapdragon 855 which carries the SM-N976V model. For this model, the RAM is 12 GB. Interestingly, in the single-core testing in Geekbench the score was inferior to the SM-N970F, but earned higher points in multi-core testing.

Samsung will launch three models under the Note10 series this year. All three are Note10, Note10 + and 5G versions. It is said, Note10 and Note10 + have the same design, but the variant “Plus” has a larger screen, there is a ToF camera on the back and a larger battery.

The Galaxy Note10 is rumored to be sold starting at € 999 or around IDR 15.5 million , while the Note10 + will be priced starting from € 1,149 or around IDR 18 million . Both will arrive with an internal storage with a capacity of 256 GB, and don’t have a 3.5mm audio jack port.

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