Today, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 appeared on the GeekBench CPU benchmarking website with the model name ‘SM-N976V’ and ‘SM-N976B’, for the 12GB + SD 855 and 8GB + Exynos 9825 variants respectively. Here is what the flagship scored:
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Geek bench Snapdragon 855 + 12GB Variant
- Single-Core Score: 3529 points
- Multi-Core Score: 10840 points
According to MSP, this SM-N976V corresponds to the customized Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G Verizon model.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Geekbench Exynos 9825 + 8GB Variant
- Single-Core Score: 3557 points
- Multi-Core Score: 9654 points
The Geekbench score also reveals some details about the upcoming Exynos 9825, such as a higher frequency (1.95GHz) than Snapdragon 855 for better single core performance, however, slightly lower multi-core performance.
Will There Be A Note 10 Pro?
A few days ago, a leak showed two variants of Note 10 with a display of 6.5 inches and 6.7 inches, the latter being Note 10 Pro. The difference between the two aspects is also reflected in the front camera. Note 10 has a front single camera, Meanwhile, Note 10 Pro having a dual front camera. Thus this leak along with the 12GB version leak comes the presence of Note 10 Pro.
Since Huawei is out of the picture in the USA, this will be a great chance for Samsung to improve its sale of Galaxy S10/S10+ and the upcoming Note 10/10 Pro in the US.