In a year from now we have three Samsung terminals on the horizon, on the one hand the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy X. Today we have confirmed some features such as Exynos processor for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in its passage through Geekbench, as well as a new presentation date, earlier.
Some weeks ago the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 went through the performance test of Geekbench, where it showed its features, but with a Snapdragon 845, now does the same with one of Samsung .
One more year, and as we have seen in the last range of Samsung, it seems that the Korean firm will launch two versions of its new flagship, one for the United States with Snapdragon processor, and another for Europe with Exynos. This time the version that has been leaked is the latter, which has the Exynos 9810 processor that we have seen in the Samsung Galaxy S9 Y S9 + . So it is confirmed once again that the new range top of Samsung will have the two known variants and is used to launch the Korean firm.
Other details of this step by Geekbench is that has 6GB of RAM , a figure that we already saw in the 2017 model, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 . On the other hand the software that has happened is Android 8.10 Oreo, the latest version of the operating system of Google.
In these last weeks there is a lot of talk about the dates on which we will see the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 presented, and above all that this date will be advanced, compared to previous generations. Something that has been reconfirmed a few hours ago, in a tweet of a medium quite knowledgeable of the current Samsung.
Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N960) will [probably] launch at 29th of July
– SamsungMobile.News (@Samsung_News_) May 25, 2018
In him they assure that the presentation of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be next July 29 , about a month before what would be expected. So everything points once again to advance the date of presentation of the new top of the range of the firm. Like the S10, which would arrive in January, and the Galaxy X, which would at the end of February, probably at the MWC 2019 in Barcelona.