Samsung Galaxy S9 With 4GB RAM, Exynos 9810 SoC Spotted on Geekbench

Samsung Galaxy S9 With 4GB RAM, Exynos 9810 SoC Spotted on Geekbench

Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + have become the most talked about smartphones before MWC 2018. While Samsung will host its Galaxy Unpacked event in Barcelona later this month, speculation on its upcoming flagship phones is widespread. In the latest leak, the Samsung Galaxy S9 was discovered on Geekbench, a popular reference site.

Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S9 \ +, was discovered at Geekbench. According to the list, the phone can carry the company’s new Exynos 9810 chipset, which Samsung unveiled a few days ago. However, the list also indicates that the phone has 4 GB of RAM, which corresponds to the current gene Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 +. It should be noted that Samsung announced a second variant of the S8 + 6GB RAM and 128GB of memory a few weeks after the start of the device.

Samsung has not yet announced any details about its next series of smartphones, but we know that the new Galaxy phones will reach the market on February 25. Less than two weeks before launch, Geekbench has achieved impressive numbers. The smartphone with the model number “SM-G960F” shows some specifications of the Galaxy S9, including the processor and memory.

According to Geekbench, the Galaxy S9 has an Exynos 9810 processor that offers 4GB of 3648 RAM for a single core and 8895 for multi-core performance. The CPU of the new Exynos SoC will have eight cores.

Samsung announced in January of this year the new SoC Exynos 9 Series 9810 based on FinFET process technology of 10nm second generation. The South Korean giant said the Exynos 9 Series 9810 is its most innovative mobile processor designed for AI applications and complete multimedia content. Notably, the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 + are also powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC recently introduced in some regions. According to one report, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC has achieved an average absolute performance of 31 percent compared to its predecessor.