Samsung Galaxy Note 9 surfaces in benchmarks, could come in 8GB RAM with 512GB storage version

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Samsung is still fresh from the Galaxy S9 and S9+  launch, but it looks like the company is busy giving finishing touches to next major flagship of this year; the Galaxy Note 9. Usually, Samsung’s Note series flagships go official in August, but for Galaxy Note 9, Samsung is making an exception as it is rumored to be announced on July 29th.

Furthermore, the Galaxy Note 9 has spotted on the Geekbench benchmarks revealing basic specifications of the flagship. According to benchmarks, the Galaxy Note 9 is said to be powered by the Exynos 9810 SoC 1.79GHz Octa-Core processor coupled with 6GB RAM. It will be running on the Android 8.1 Oreo with Galaxy Experience U.I. Some rumors say Samsung might re-touch the U.I and bump the version to Experience U.I 10 from 9.5.

If we are lucky enough, we might also see an 8GB RAM variant with a whopping 512GB of storage; this model could be region specific if it gets official. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in the Geekbench benchmarks has scored 2737 in single-core and 9064 multi-core scores. Rest of the specifications remain a mystery for now, but the July 29this not very far away, so we might get to see more details as we move forward from here, so stay tuned.

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