The Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Has Been Spotted On Geekbench

The Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Has Been Spotted On Geekbench

Rumors have been circulating around the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup as of late. This makes sense since it’s the flagship (non-foldable) lineup for the tech giant given that the Note line is has succumbed to the times. Now, all eyes are on whether or not it lives up to expectations. Here’s a glimpse of its performance as seen on leaked scores on the ever-popular Geekbench application.

The Galaxy S23, dubbed “SM-S911U,” will allegedly still come with Exynos chipsets. However, given past history, all eyes are on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. This version managed to attain a single-core score of 1524 and a multi-core score of 4597.

Leaks have indicated that the latest flagship chipset will come rocking a 3.36GHz prime core, four 2.80GHz mid-cores, and three 2.02GHz low-power cores. This is an ideal setup that could manage thermals better than its predecessor, resulting in sustained performance and better battery life. It’s one thing to have a high ceiling for performance and another to maintain that consistency in an everyday setting. Since rumors point to the Samsung Galaxy S23 still keeping a 5,000 mAh battery like before, then efficiency is an utmost priority.

The scores that the Galaxy device scored here is a couple of hundreds above current flagship processors like the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Dimensity 9000+, and the Exynos 2200. It’s currently on par with the A15 Bionic found in the Apple iPhone 13 and 14 lineups, while a bit behind the latest A16 Bionic in the iPhone Pro series.

Most concerns aren’t really around the hardware of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23, but its software. Can One UI find stable footing before the next device comes out? Let’s wait and see!



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