We come with news about the Galaxy S11, which is going to be the name of the next flagship model from Samsung. The device will be released in February, and rumor has it, it will have a pixel-packed main camera, an all-screen design with a single hole punch (of course, put in the middle of the device) and a 120Hz display. The versions of the handset could give an early look at the design.
The leaks show the concern for what’s inside the phone. Samsung announced the new Exynos 990 processor, which will find its home under the case of Galaxy S11. Samsung wants to boast the Exynos 990’s raw horsepower and also its graphical capabilities. The company stated that silicon is capable of handling 120Hz refresh rate displays and about 6 individual cameras, with their resolution of about 108 megapixels.
When will we get Exynos 990 in our Galaxy S11 devices?
But the question is: how fast can the Exynos 990 get inside the Galaxy S11? According to a new leak, we may know now.
SamMobile was the one to stop a Geekbench 5 score for the device Galaxy S11 5G. The list showed the device, which was powered by Exynos 9830, which is also known as the Exynos 990. Apparently, it will also have 12GB of RAM.
On paper, the specs of the device are amazing, and the final score of the phone was underwhelming. It had a single-core score of 427 and a multi-core score of 2,326. The single-core here is less than that found on the Galaxy S10 5G. This handset had a single-core score of 760 and a multi-core score of 2,138.