Samsung Galaxy S9 with Exynos 9810 benchmarked on Geekbench

Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung is all set to launch the latest version of its flagship Galaxy s series smartphone for this year after the company launched the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus last year. As far as the Galaxy S series’ latest smartphone is concerned, the latest device will be named as the Galaxy S9 which will be accompanied by the Galaxy S9 Plus which is a bigger and powerful variant of the Galaxy S9. As far as the Galaxy S9 is concerned, we have known that Samsung releases the smartphone in two variants, the Exynos variant and Snapdragon variant.

Talking more about launching two different variants from Samsung, we have known that the Snapdragon variant is launched by Samsung in the US as well as other countries whereas the Exynos variant is launched in the Asian countries including Samsung’s home country South Korea as well as India.

Now, we have known that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will definitely come with Snapdragon’s latest 845 processor. Also, the Exynos 9819 will be included on the Galaxy s9 which is the latest flagship processor from Samsung announced for this year. We have already seen the benchmark scores of the Snapdragon 845 as compared to the other devices running Snapdragon 835 or even the Exynos processor.

However, we have now acquired the benchmark scores of the Galaxy S9 attached above running the latest Exynos 9810 processor and the benchmark scores also reveal the internals of the device. The Galaxy S9 will come with Android 8.0 Oreo and it will have 4GB of RAM. The latest device from Samsung scores 3648 in the single core performance as well as 8894 in multi-core performance which is a big step ahead of the performance from the Exynos chipset last year. The Galaxy S9 and the S9 Plus will be released by Samsung at the MWC later this month in Las Vegas.