Looks like there is no stopping the news concerning Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 8. In the latest update, the AnTuTu and GFXBench benchmark screenshots have leaked out and they give some more insights into the upcoming flagship.
For starters, both the benchmarks confirm that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will come with 6 GB RAM. This makes it the first Samsung Note series phone with that amount of RAM.
The AnTuTu benchmark shows the listing for model number SM-N9500, which according to GSMArena hints at the Chinese variant of the phone. This variant comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, Adreno 540 GPU, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB ROM, Android 7.1.1 out of the box. The GFXBench benchmark shows the SoC as Exynos 8895 with a Mali G71 GPU.
In terms of camera specs, both the benchmarks confirm the presence of a 12 MP + 8 MP unit. This is different from a report we came across yesterday which hinted at a 12 MP + 13 MP camera unit. According to a report in GSMArena, the dual rear camera would allegedly be housing one 12 MP sensor with dual-pixel autofocus paired with a 13 MP telephoto camera. The 13 MP telephoto camera is expected to provide a 2x fixed optical zoom. Both the camera sensors will come with optical image stabilisation.
The GFXBench shows that the Galaxy Note 8 will be sporting a 6.4-inch display with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels. This is much higher than the resolution seen on the AnTuTu benchmark which is at 2220 x 1080 pixels.
In terms of benchmark scores, AnTuTu returned 179,000.
Earlier yesterday, there were more details revealed about the Galaxy Note 8. The Korean giant had released a video teaser of the upcoming flagship phone. Apart from this, details pertaining to the dual rear camera and dual SIM variants had also leaked.
According to notes on a support page, the Galaxy Note 8 will most likely come in a dual SIM variant for the European markets.
Published Date: Aug 16, 2017 07:47 am | Updated Date: Aug 16, 2017 07:47 am