Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ 5G is just a couple of months away from the launch and now some key specification of the device has appeared on a popular benchmark testing site Geekbench.
As per the listing on Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ appeared with the codename SM-N986U. It is to be noted that it is a 5G variant. The motherboard is codenamed ‘kona’. This particular device will be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor instead of any Exynos series processor.
Below you can find the details of Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ as per the listing on Geekbench.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ 5G Specifications
The phone will be powered by Qualcomm’s flagship processor, Snapdragon 865. From the Geekbench listing, we could see 8GB of RAM but it is expected to be 12GB RAM as this is an early prototype and specifications might change. Even the Galaxy S20 5G has 12GB of RAM as standard so Note 20+ 5G should have the same. Right out the box Note 20+ 5G would feature Android 10 topped with One UI 2.5. This is going to be Samsung’s first device to ship with One UI 2.5. Earlier, Samsung Galaxy Fold received an Android 10 One UI 2.1 update.
The single-core performance is 985 and the Multi-core score is 3220 and the test result was updated on geekbench on March 20.
This might be an early prototype of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ so the specifications could change and might be a little different from the final product. There are also chances the result might be faked altogether as it is also possible. Anyways, it is better to take this information with a pinch of salt and grains. The company will introduce Galaxy Note 20+5G in a couple of months and a few weeks prior to the launch we might get an actual picture of the device itself.