Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with Exynos 8895 SoC spotted on Geekbench

The company had announced that it will be hosting its 'Unpacked 2017' event on August 23 in New York

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Highlights

    • The Galaxy Note 8 will be running on Android 7.1.1 operating system
    • The phone is being said to launch in New York on August 23
    • An emperor edition of the device might also launch

The much anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was today spotted on the benchmarking website Geekbench. The device was spotted sporting model number SM-N950F. The listing has confirmed many rumours and reports that were previously published about the device like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be powered by Exynos 8895 which is the same processor used in the Samsung Galaxy S8. It can also be assumed that the U.S. variant of the device will come featuring Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chipset. In the listing, it can also be seen that the device will run on Google’s latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system. It has previously been reported that the device will feature 6GB of RAM. As it can be seen the device scored 1984 in the single-core test whereas it scored 6116 in the multi-core test.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Geekbench

Recently, the company had announced that it will be hosting its ‘Unpacked 2017’ event on August 23 in New York. It is being expected that there Samsung will launch the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 8. The Note 8 is likely to come with a new S Pen which will expand on the devices features. It has also been rumoured that the smartphone will come with the company’s Infinity Display which was introduced with the Galaxy S8 lineup. It is also being said that the device will come with a Force Touch like technology in the display.

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The twitter leakster Evan Blass better known as @EvLeaks had also tweeted out a press render of the Galaxy Note 8 in the midnight black colour. Reports have also suggested that the company will launch an emperor edition of the device along with the normal variant.