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The next step up from here is 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. But will it happen in places other than Asia and Benelux?
The expected model number of the device has appeared on Samsung's Swedish support databank and it's one bearing an Exynos chipset.
The first Exynos 9810-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 9 benchmark has surfaced online a full two months after the Snapdragon 845 variant also flexed its pre-release Geekbench muscle.
It's quicker to drain relative to a Galaxy S9 powered by a Qualcomm chip and quicker compared to the iPhone X, Huawei P10 and other phones. So what gives? Samsung says not much.
The Exynos 9810 SoC headed for a large part of the world inside the Galaxy S9 and S9+ looks like a beast on paper, in terms of CPU muscle and LTE velocity.
Samsung claims that its new mobile processor is "beyond a component," but it'll do most of the proofing at an event very shortly.
The non-Plus upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 packs the same 4GB RAM as its big brother in an early benchmark, racking up performance scores worthy of a new SoC.
The first purported Samsung Galaxy S9+ benchmark sure looks sketchy, but that might be because the phone is still very much a work in progress.
Samsung's "latest" 10nm-based flagship processor is called Exynos 9810, most likely looking at a commercial debut on the Galaxy S9 in certain regions.
Exynos 8895 sounded like a way too small upgrade over last year's 8890 SoC. Exynos 9810 is more fitting for the Galaxy S8. And so is a new Gear VR.