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Galaxy Note 9 RAM, storage and benchmark score leaks

Whenever a new flagship is about to launch, it’s the leaks that keep us glued to it until the phone is released finally. Same happened with the Galaxy Note 9. Although the early leaks about design were very promising, still it broke our hearts to know that Note 9 won’t be an upgrade in design from Note 8.

However recent leaks show a top of the line feature packed phone. We think Samsung is trying to convey that the specs hold more importance than the design of a phone that’s why maybe the company focused on providing top-notch internals in Note 9 rather than the design language.

The mysterious yet accurate leaker, Ice Universe has tweeted that Samsung may double the Note 8’s maximum storage to 512 GB in Note 9 along with 8 GB of RAM. Both of these are going to be the highest in any Note phone.

Galaxy Note 9-geekbench

Other than that Galaxy Note 9 Exynos version also made its way to the Geekbench. This version of Note 9 was also revealed to have 6 GB of Ram with the latest Exynos 9810. According to the results, the phone will also come with Android 8.1 out of the box.

The phone scored 2737 points in the single core and  9064 points in the multi-core test. This remains higher than snapdragon variant score of a single core at 2190 and multi-core at 8809 points. Exynos processors are always known to perform better than their Snapdragon counterparts.

Rumors of release have also spread like wildfire that Galaxy Note 9 will come earlier this year than expected and due to some major reports by tech junkies, it sounds to be pretty much true that it’s going to launch in late July.

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