Galaxy Note 8 with Exynos chipset pops up on AnTuTu
There might be a week until we have our first look at the brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 but the benchmark are already out. The device with the Exynos chipset leaked on the GeekBench and the GFX bench and the Snapdragon 835 variant leaked on the AnTuTu yesterday. Today, the Exynos powered version of the device showed up at the Chinese website.
Most of the specs were already out, but let us recall. The device will be powered by a Snapdragon 835 or a Exynos based processor. Coupled with 6 GB of ram with 64GB of storage. Although Samsung is famous for rolling out versions with different storage and memory versions and their availability in the markets are very unknown. The the SM-N950F (Note 8) will be powered by Android 7.1.1 Nougat instead of the Android O. Although we suppose a update will be released very soon enough.
The resolution is 2220 x 1080 pixels which is the default setting. You can tweak it up a bit in order to reach the maximum. That basically proves the device will have a 18:9 resolution and will have Samsung’s Infinity display like in the Galaxy S8.
AnTuTu dosen’t provide any information about the battery capacity, but earlier leaks proved it to be around 3,300 mAh.
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So what are your thoughts about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Is is worth the wait or not?