As you might be aware that Samsung is set to introduce the new Galaxy Note 7 next month in New York, US. Samsung usually announces two versions of the Galaxy Note 7 – one with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 series chipset for US market and other with Exynos 8800 series chip for rest of the world.
A Galaxy Note 7 housing Samsung’s own octa-core Exynos 8893 chipset was spotted in a listing at the Geekbench benchmark listing website. Bearing model number SM-N935F, this Galaxy Note 7 model was running Android 6.1 Marshmallow and armed with 4GB of RAM. For those who follow benchmark scores very closely, both single-core and multi-core figures are quite impressive for this latest yield of Exynos chipset.
Last week, we reported about a Galaxy Note 7 housing Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset spotted at the AnTuTu benchmark website. Now the Exynos 8893 only confirms the variant and its previously leaked specifications. We are still not sure about the storage part and shall keep you updated as and when we learn more about this phone.