Samsung Galaxy S9+ with Exynos 9810 spotted on GeekBench


Last week Samsung has announced its latest flagship Exynos 9810 SoC, the chip is expected to power the upcoming Galaxy S9 smartphones. Yesterday, a new device with model SM-G965F alleged to be the Samsung Galaxy S9+ powered by Exynos 9810 spotted on GeekBench 4 database.

The device is powered by Universal9810 chipset which might be Exynos 9810 coupled with 4GB of RAM and runs on Android 8.0 Oreo. From the model projection, it is widely expected that the device should be Galaxy S9.

Due to low-frequency limit (1.5GHz), single-core score only is 1191, and multi-core score is 3835 which is only the level of snapdragon 810. Where is the Galaxy S8 single-core score is 1958, and multi-core score is 6436. It seems that the GeekBench listing is been tricked by a user with a modified model.

Meanwhile, a latest report from China’s microblogging Weibo suggests that Samsung will retain the 3.5mm jack in the upcoming Galaxy S9. According to the report, Samsung did not cancel the 3.5mm headphone jack, at least not the current prototype. Furthermore, S9 will be bundled with the new AKG high-end headphones.

It is also reported that the Galaxy S9 camera will use BBAR layer anti-ghosting technology, which increases camera quality.

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