Samsung Galaxy S9 appears at Geekbench with the new Exynos 9810 chipset

- Adrian Ungureanu

We are approaching the official unveiling of Samsung’s upcoming flagship series, so it was about time for the new models to appear in the benchmarks.

The Galaxy S9 has already appeared a Geekbench. For the moment, it the version with the processor produced by Samsung, the Exynos 9810.

The processor comes with 8 cores, but the tested model seems to have been limited to 1.8GHz. The models in the new Galaxy S9 series are expected to be launched with Snapdragon 845 too, which are clocked at 2.8GHz. So, certainly the Exynos processors have to do more than 1.8GHz.

Also, we see that the tested model had with only 4GB of RAM, but we can expect a 6GB of RAM variant. That not for sure as it might only be option the Galaxy S9+ model.

Last but not least, we can confirm that the new Galaxy S9 will come directly with Android 8.0 Oreo on board, from the factory.

Samsung has officially confirmed that the new flagships will be unveiled on February 25 in Barcelona, ​​the day before the Mobile World Congress 2018.