Galaxy S9+ benchmark shows impressive performance

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Samsung is expected to unveil its new flagship smartphones at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona come February 2018. This means that we’ll be seeing a lot of reports and rumors about the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in the weeks leading up to the launch.

A benchmark listing for what appears to be the Galaxy S9+ has been spotted today and if the scores are accurate, the Galaxy S9+ is going to be impressive in the performance department, just as expected from a new flagship.

Galaxy S9+ benchmark shows promise

The Geekbench listing for the Galaxy S9+ (SM-G965) shows a single-core benchmark score of 2422. The multi-core score came in at 8351. This particular device was powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. Snapdragon-powered models are released in select markets like the United States. Other markets get the Exynos-powered models.

Data available on Geekbench shows that no other Samsung smartphone has a single-core score of more than 2000 (other than a few instances where the score can be seeing going a few digits over 2000) and a multi-core score of 6500. If the numbers for the Galaxy S9+ are accurate, it may offer significantly better performance than any high-end Samsung device available today.

That’s to be expected from a new flagship smartphone with the latest silicon and 6GB RAM. The Geekbench listing also mentions that the device was running Android 8.0 Oreo which will surely be on-board when the handset is eventually released.

We will surely see additional benchmark results of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in the coming weeks. They will help us form a better idea of the sort of performance figures we can expect to see. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will likely be unveiled at MWC 2018 in February and will be released by mid-March.

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gtone339
21 days 10 hours ago
gtone339

S8 users maybe skip this & wait for the S10, unless you are a die-hard smartphone guy hehe!

gtone339
21 days 10 hours ago
gtone339

I’d imagine Exynos 10 can hit 3000+ single core & multi-core above 10,000 hehe!

Cavalera90
30 days 1 hour ago
Cavalera90

Impressive…. only 2000 points missing to the iPhone in the singlecore score 😂

zlatan09
29 days 23 hours ago
zlatan09

I have iPhone 7 and Galaxy S8, benchmarks are only numbers, my S8 is faster i every day apps like Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, Chrome, Viber, WhatsApp etc. and guess what, iPhone has better benchmark numbers. Benchmark is only topic for forums, normal users don’t care about that, they care how it works in real usage.

ijazali
30 days 21 hours ago
ijazali

Should i buy note 8 or wait for s9 ???

stondec
29 days 17 hours ago
stondec

If you are reliant on the S Pen like I am, then the S9 is is not an option, otherwise it would be better to wait for the S9.

30 days 19 hours ago
santeripe

Wait for the S9, but buy the S8 instead. The feature increase from S8 to S9 is not major (they look almost identical), but you’ll be able to get a really good deal on the S8 in a couple of months from now, after it’s not the newest S-line device anymore.

ijazali
29 days 22 hours ago
ijazali

Then y not but note 8, it has alot more features and beautiful than s8

Bobbingalong
30 days 23 hours ago
Bobbingalong

It shows that having 6gb is important.

o0MHJ0o
1 month 37 minutes ago
o0MHJ0o

are they gonna have a dedicated chip for handling all the AI stuff?

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