Last week, the Exynos variant of the Galaxy S9 was seen on Geekbench. It scored high on the benchmark site, even surpassing the Snapdragon variant of its bigger sibling, the Galaxy S9+.
Earlier today, the Exynos-variant of the Galaxy S9+ was seen on the site and its scores even outshines that of the Galaxy S9 powered by the same chipset. Though this is expected as the S9+ packs an extra 2GB of RAM.
Benchmarked as the samsung SM-G965F, the device is shown to run Android 8.0.0. It is powered by the Exynos 9810, Samsung’s most powerful mobile chipset till date and it is paired with 6GB of RAM.
The SoC’s clockspeed is recorded as 1.95GHz which is higher than the 1.79GHz of the Exynos-powered Galaxy S9 and 1.77GHz of the Snapdragon 845-powered Galaxy S9+.
For its single core test, the phone scored 3773 points, and for multi-core, it recorded 9024 points. This is a significant boost over last year’s Exynos 8895 Galaxy S8+.
The Galaxy S8+ recorded 2159 and 7235 average single-core and multi-core scores respectively. So you see this is no small improvement.
The same can be said for the Exynos-powered Galaxy S9 too. The Galaxy S8 (Exynos 8895) has an average single-core score of 1950 and an average multi-core score of 6400. Compare that to 3648 and 8894 scores of the Exynos 9810 Galaxy S9 and you know Samsung isn’t here to play.
The Exynos 9810 version of the S9 duo will be the one available internationally while the Snapdragon 845 variant will be sold in the US. Both variants will be announced at MWC 2018 on Sunday.