Update: The LTE variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with Exynos chipset and 8GB of RAM has now been spotted on the Geekbench database. Below is the Geekbench image for reference:
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Samsung is gearing up for the launch of its Samsung Galaxy Note 20 flagship series of smartphones. The devices will be unveiled during the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event, which is scheduled for August 5, 2020. Though the Snapdragon variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 lineup have already surfaced on the internet over the past couple of months, we have now spotted the Exynos chipset variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra on the Geekbench database website, which gives us a working clue about its on-paper performance and RAM variant. Take a look at the Geekbench scores of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Exynos variant and find out what it has in store for us.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Exynos variant appears on Geekbench
As seen in the Geekbench database website screenshot, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (with the model number Samsung SM-N986B) has managed to pull off a score of 928 in the single-core test and 2,721 in the multi-core test. The Geekbench listing also confirms that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will ship with the company’s in-house Exynos 990 processor, which will be paired with 12GB of RAM. Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Exynos variant will also boot the latest Android 10 OS out of the box, which should not come as a surprise to anyone. To learn more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series of smartphones, you can head to our previous coverage for the same.
For now, this is pretty much all the intel that we have surrounding the Exynos variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, but we can safely assume that the remaining specifications of the device will stay the same as its Snapdragon counterpart. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series of smartphones? Do let us know in the comments section below.
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