Galaxy Note 9 Bound for U.S. Shows up on Geekbench With Respectable Scores & 6GB RAM – Any Difference Between Galaxy S9 Plus?
A couple of days back, a render of the Galaxy Note 9 was shown, revealing that the flagship might not differ significantly from its predecessor and in comes a fresh benchmarking leak, displaying the hardware specifications of the handset. Comparing it to the Galaxy S9 Plus, it does not look like there is going to be a significant improvement when it comes to performance, but battery endurance is certainly going to be a key metric for higher sales in the future.
Galaxy Note 9 Difference Against Galaxy S9 Plus Will Be the Larger Battery Capacity - Performance Scores Are Very Similar
Take a look at the image given at the bottom and you will see that the scores line up the same as any other device that will sport a Snapdragon 845. Supplementing the performance of the SoC is going to be 6GB of RAM. Come to think of it, there is hardly any internal differences between this and the Galaxy S9 Plus so why would consumers be willing to pay more for a flagship that is pretty much similar in the majority of the cases?
The answer could be battery life. The Galaxy Note 9 has been rumored to come with a much larger display size at 6.4 inches with a battery capacity that is going to be in the range of 3,850-4,000mAh, and compare that with the Galaxy S9 Plus, users should be able to experience slightly better battery life.
Another reason is the S-Pen accessory. Samsung’s mobile chief has said that the pen accessory is going to be given significant changes, making it convenient for a lot of people to carry out a variety of tasks when using the add-on. He did not specify what sort of functions we will be able to do on it, so we will have to wait and find out what those added features are.
The pricing details have not been mentioned, but it goes without saying that this could probably be the most expensive Samsung flagship phablet that we’ve seen to date. Will you pick one up? Tell us down in the comments.