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Galaxy Note 8 to feature 6GB RAM, Exynos 8895 – Reveals Geekbench

First Geekbench listing reveals the major components of upcoming Galaxy Note 8

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Galaxy Note 8 with S-Pen

As Galaxy Note 8’s launch date is getting closer, the leaks are also having some pace increased. If you were wondering about Galaxy Note 8’s performance and power, then this news is just about to reveal that certainly.

According to recent information, the Note 8 will sport the same processor and chipset as the Galaxy S8. However, the Galaxy Note 8 will be boasting with more RAM which can make this machine among the top performers.

A recent listing by Geekbench reveals that Galaxy Note 8 has taken a round from the benchmark testing tool. The variant (SM-950F) will have an octa-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz along side the the massive 6GB of RAM. The phablet will run Android 7.1.1 out of the box which is a no surprise at all.

As you know the Geekbench doesn’t provide detailed information about the device. But performance wise, the Galaxy Note 8 seems to gain scores just around Galaxy S8 – in fact lower than the latter. For instance, the Galaxy Note 8 scored 1984 for single-core and 6116 for multi-core tests. Checkout the screenshot below.

Galaxy Note 8 Geekbench Score

Even though the above numbers are not better than Galaxy S8, you can not take these as legitimate results. Galaxy Note 8 in above test most probably will not be running a finalized software. You can expect the retail smartphone to perform better than this. What you can consider is that, the Note 8 is not going to stand beside the upcoming iPhone 8 or in fact iPhone 7 or 7 Plus. Apple’s latest iPads have already scored much better than the above.

It’s not too far when Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Note 8 on August 23rd in New York City. So sit tight and wait for the brand new Galaxy Note after last year’s ill-fated Note 7. Expect Apple to launch its iPhone next month.

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