Samsung fans all over the world are currently looking forward to the company’s next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 10. Unlike last year, Samsung reportedly plans to launch up to four variants of the Galaxy Note flagship this year. While there are still several weeks left before the phablet’s official unveiling, the upcoming Samsung flagship has made an appearance on the Geekbench database. Along with the Galaxy Note 10, the mid-range Galaxy A90 has also surfaced on the popular benchmark database.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Verizon 5G Variant to Pack 12GB RAM
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 variant that has been caught on Geekbench happens to be SM-N976V. It is being speculated that this could be the 5G variant of the Note 10 headed to Verizon Wireless. The Geekbench listing reveals the smartphone will have a Snapdragon 855 chipset inside, along with 12GB RAM. The device managed to score 3,529 points in the single-core test and a slightly less impressive 10,840 points in the multi-core test. Additionally, the Geekbench listing reveals the phablet will run on the Android 9.0 Pie operating system at launch.
Apart from the SM-N976V, the SM-N976B variant of the Galaxy Note 10 has made an appearance on Geekbench as well. Unlike the Verizon variant, the SM-N976B runs on Samsung’s Exynos 9825 chipset, a slightly faster version of the Exynos 9820 inside the Galaxy S10 series. Rumors claim the Exynos 9825 will be the first 7nm chipset from Samsung and will include an integrated 5G modem as well. In terms of memory, the SM-N976B variant of the Galaxy Note 10 that has surfaced on Geekbench packs 8GB of RAM.
Samsung Galaxy A90 Launching Soon?
In addition to the SM-N976V variant of the Galaxy Note 10, we have also spotted the SM-A9050 on Geekbench. Going by the model number, it is possible that it could debut as the Galaxy A90 soon. In terms of hardware specifications, the listing reveals the upcoming Galaxy A90 will be powered by Qualcomm’s mid-range Snapdragon 675 octa-core processor, coupled with 6GB RAM. It is currently being tested on the Android 9.0 Pie OS.