Just this week, we came across reports claiming Samsung was testing another version of the Galaxy Note 4 that had a Snapdragon 810 CPU under the hood. Currently, the phablet is available in two variants: one with a Snapdragon 805, while the other sports an Exynos 7 Octa. Now the device with Qualcomm’s most powerful processor to date has been benchmarked.
The screenshot you see above was taken from Geekbench. The website lists a Samsung-made device with model number SM-N916S (yet to be announced). It comes with a Qualcomm-made processor under the hood, an octa-core MSM8994 processor. This is none other than the the Snapdragon 810.
According to previous reports, this new version of the Note 4 may be released in South Korea, the Korean tech giant’s home turf. The problem is, we have no idea on when this new version will be launched in South Korea.
The Galaxy Note 4 with a Snapdragon 810 under the hood is expected to look exactly like the first two variants. The only difference is, it will comes with some serious muscle, as the Snapdragon 810 is a 64-bit octa-core processor with a Cat. 9 LTE modem (download speeds of up to 450 Mbps).
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