Samsung Exynos 9820 CPU will slap iPhones Geekbench Score

The first Geekbench leak for the Exynos 9820 processor, which is expected to be marketed with the Galaxy S10, emerged. According to the leak, the tremendous performance of the processor leaves behind the Apple A11 processor.
Smartphone industry Samsung’s new flagship Galaxy Note 9, while focusing on a new Samsung smartphone emerging Geekbench, the head is completely confused. The smartphone, called the SM-N960X, is supposed to be a Galaxy Note 9 prototype, but the fact that the processor is an Exynos 9820 is causing question marks in the head.

According to the leak, the Galaxy Note 9 will be powered by the Exynos 9810 processor. The Exynos 9820 processor, which will be produced with 7 nanometers, will be the first Galaxy S10. But the fact that the Geekbench result just came out before the launch of the Galaxy Note 9 brought to mind that the company could surprise Galaxy Note 9, revealing the Exynos 9820 processor.

According to Geekbench results, Exynos 9820 processor gets 4089 in single core performance and 12246 in multi core performance. This means that the Exynos 9820 processor is performing significantly better than the Apple A11 Bionic processor, which powers iPhone X. But there is another detail that is confusing at this point is that the prototype has 4GB of RAM.

According to the leak, the Galaxy Note 9 will have 6GB of RAM. It is not expected that the Galaxy S10 will have a lower RAM capacity than that. So it’s a mystery why the device has 4GB of RAM. However, the shared visual reality is that Samsung has started testing the 7nm Exynos 9820 processor, a sign of a tough competition between Samsung and Apple next year.