Galaxy Note 10 Performance Hinted In Early Leaks With Some Good News
As we head closer to its launch, leaks for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 are picking up the pace. Samsung overhauled the Galaxy S lineup quite a bit earlier this year, and the company will follow suit with the Note 10. Last year’s Note 9 focused on the phablet’s accessories and usability, choosing to keep it slow with the hardware and design upgrades.
This year we’re expecting several changes on the Note lineup, including ones for the gadgets’ display and rear camera. Now, two benchmarks for the Galaxy Note 10 have surfaced, and they provide an early insight into what to expect from the gadget’s performance. Take a look below for more details.
Galaxy Note 10 Benchmarks Show Performance Similar To The Galaxy S10 Plus
With the Galaxy S10 Plus, Samsung offered users the opportunity to purchase a gadget with 1TB of storage and 12GB of RAM. While this might seem like a bit too much to some of you, given how the Galaxy S10 can be used as a mini-PC courtesy of Samsung’s DeX, the specifications go a long way in helping users who are consistently on the move.
Now, we’ve got two benchmarks for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, and one of these shows specifications that are similar to the aforementioned heavy-duty Galaxy S10 Plus variant. The scores are from GeekBench, and show the phablet running on the Snapdragon 855 and the Exynos 9820.
As you can see above, the Exynos 9820 has an edge over the Snapdragon 855 in single-core tests while Qualcomm’s silicon outshines Samsung’s finest in multi-core results. Additionally, the Galaxy Note 10 powered by the Snapdragon 855 is also paired with 1TB of RAM, while the one running on the Exynos 9820 has approximately 8GB of RAM. Early rumors for the Galaxy Note 10 have claimed that Samsung plans to expand the lineup this year.
These reports claim that the Korean tech giant will launch two to three variants of the phablet – similar to the ones it launched for the Galaxy S10. However, we’re yet to see any concrete information for these claims, and right now, it looks as if the only Note 10 variants you’ll get this year will be differentiated on the basis of internal storage and RAM. However, we’d advise you to wait for at least one more month before forming a concrete opinion on this aspect of the Galaxy Note 10.
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