Samsung Galaxy Note10 will be released around August and rumors related to this device have begun to appear with more and more frequencies. And finally we see something specific displayed on the Geekbench website.
What's interesting is that an unreleased Galaxy A90 also participates in benchmarking with Samsung's upcoming flagship.
Two Galaxy Note10 versions have just leaked
Two benchmark versions of the Galaxy Note10 in the future have appeared: one with model number SM-N976B and one with model number SM-N976V.
The second version has a RAM of 12 GB, in contrast to the 8 GB RAM on the regular version and is also equipped with a slightly stronger Exynos 9825 chip. According to recent rumors, this chip is produced based on 7nm process instead of 8nm like Exynos 9820 today.
And this is Galaxy A90
As for Galaxy A90, the score makes many people doubt because there is model number SM-A9050, using Snapdragon 675 chip with 6GB RAM. Remember that Galaxy A80 has used Snapdragon 730 chip and it will be very difficult for Galaxy A90 to use Snapdragon series 6xx. Therefore, this list is suspected of being "fake".