The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be launched later this year and given that it will be a flagship handset from Samsung, we expect that it will pack some of the latest hardware. This means the latest and most powerful chipsets that is available on the market today, which is why recent alleged benchmarks for the Galaxy Note 9 does not come as a surprise.

According to the recently sighted benchmarks, it appears that the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will be packing an Exynos 9810 chipset from Samsung. For those who have been following the news, this is actually not the first time the Note 9 has been benchmarked. Previously a version with the Snapdragon 845 was spotted, but just like the Galaxy S9, the Note 9 is expected to launch in two variants depending on the market, where one will get the Qualcomm chipset and the other will use Samsung’s Exynos chipset.

In terms of performance on paper there are some differences, although chances are when used in a day to day situation, you probably won’t be able to notice it. As for the latest benchmarks, we’re looking at a single-core score of 2,737 and a multi-core score of 9,064, which like we said appear to be different and even better than the Snapdragon version.

In any case take it with a grain of salt for now as Samsung has yet to officially announce anything, but if the rumors are true we might not have to wait too long to find out the details as Samsung has been rumored to launch the handset earlier than expected.

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