The Samsung Galaxy S9+ Exynos SoC version has been appeared on the well-known benchmark portal Geekbench in the last hours, showing the muscles in terms of performance. According to the information contained on the dedicated page, in fact, the “Galaxy S9 Plus” Exynos version is managed to score up to 3773 in Single-Core and a good 9024 in Multi-Core mode.
Only a few days ago, the “standard” variant of the Galaxy S9 – also equipped with the same hardware – had shown itself to be more powerful in both single-core and multi-core modes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. While the Snapdragon model scored 2422 and 8351, the Exynos 9810 stopped reaching 3648 and 8894 points respectively.
To better understand these results, one must consider the scores achieved by the predecessors. The Galaxy S8 averaged about 1,950 single-core and 6,400 multi-core. The best result of the S8+, however, it was 2,159 single-core and 7,235 multi-core. Therefore, the performance improvements made directly by the Korean company to the new Exynos 9810 SoC seem to be particularly convincing.
Finally, thanks to Geekbench, we find further confirmation of the 6GB of RAM version. Both smartphones will be officially announced on February 25, will arrive with the latest Android 8.0 Oreo software version.