The would-be successor of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is still months away from the launch event. The Plus model of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series appeared on the Geekbench database and featured to support the latest 5G connectivity.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus 5G will come in the Samsung store, bearing model number SM-N986U. The phone showed up on Geekbench with some vital specs.
In the database, we figured out that the device will run on Android 10 alongside One UI OS and 8GB RAM onboard. As it will be the top of the line, it will be featuring 12GB RAM as well.
The motherboard of the phone has appeared as “Kona,” which accommodates Snapdragon 865 SoC, integrated with a 5G modem.
There are still rumors on the chipset, and this device may come along with an 865+ chipset though it is not announced yet. The source of the listing reveals that the CPU’s clock speed will be 3.09GHz, while the 865 chipset maxes out at 2.84GHz. Well, something massive is cooking.
More from the Geekbench, the Note 20 Plus model manages to score 985 in single-core and, respectively, 3,220 in multi-core tests. As this is a prototype, nothing much left to talk about it.
There’s no more news yet about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series from Samsung. We are hoping that the Galaxy Note 20 series will prevail in the third quarter of this year.
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