According to earlier reports, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 duos are expected to be announced earlier than usual next year probably somewhere in February or even January to make things better. With just months before the devices are made official, it isn’t a surprise to see one of these handsets popping up in benchmarking sites as the Korean company may have already begin rolling out their testing phases.
Right now, a mysterious Samsung smartphone with model number SM-G965 had already appeared on Geekbench which revealed some of its core specs. From what we’d learned so far, the model number SM-G965 is believed to be the upcoming Galaxy S9+. Its Galaxy S9 sibling on the other hand, is expected to come with the model number SM-G950 instead.
As seen on its Geekbench listing, the Galaxy S9+ will indeed be powered by Samsung’s latest Exynos 9810 chipset which was recently announced. However, bad news is that the device will continue to be stuck with just 4GB of RAM this time round. Although we admit that 4GB of RAM is definitely more than enough for most users, but it surely doesn’t hurt to pack more RAM on the device given the proliferating number of flagship devices with 6GB of RAM like the OnePlus 5T around the market. The Galaxy S8 series as one of the leading flagship models in the market should of course up their game as well.