Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with Exynos 8895 and 6GB RAM hits Geekbench

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the most anticipated and most awaited smartphone of 2017. The handset has been subjected to numerous rumors and leaks in the past, and now recently the device is spotted on GeekBench with a model number SM-N950F. As per listing the smartphone has scored 1984 Single-Core score and 6116 Multi-Core score which is remarkable as far as the performance is concerned.

Further, the listing also displayed that handset runs on Android 7.1.1 and is powered by the Exynos 8895 chipset coupled with 6GB RAM. If some of the users may be concerned about the clocked speed of the chipset i:e 1.69GHz, But let’s make it clear that the GeekBench has a tradition to display the lower clocked speed of the chipset most of the time. In reality, the Exynos is a powerful processor in which top cores are clocked at 2.3GHz. Moreover, the chipset is manufactured on a 10nm FinFet process which provides up to 27% higher performance and 40% lower power consumption when compared to 14nm LPE FinFET.

Galaxy Note 8 is going to be announced on August 23 in New York, and it is likely to be equipped with 6.3-inch Quad HD bezel-less ‘Infinity Display’ display, 6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB/256GB of ROM and an Emperor edition with whopping 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. Further, the device may sport a dual camera setup with 3x optical zoom and packs a moderate 3,300mAh battery and many more exciting features. The smartphone may come in three color variants i:e midnight black, orchid gray, and deep blue.

According to Korean portal, device pre-booking starts from September 1, and it will go on sale in South Korea starting September 15. The device may come with hefty price tag of EUR 999 (INR 75,675).


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