The Galaxy Note 20 Plus 5G has recently popped up on the Geekbench already. This gives hints that Samsung is working hard on the smartphone’s development. The model number of the smartphone is going to be SM-N986U, which is quite similar to the Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G model.
Galaxy Note 20 Plus 5G benchmarks reveal information about the specifications of the smartphone already. The smartphone is going to come with 8GB of RAM at the very least. However, being the very initial benchmark scores, the information can change in the coming days.
The Note 20 Plus is going to come with Android 10 out of the box since Android 11 is under development already. Also, it is going to be the first smartphone to come with One UI 2.5 out of the box. In the benchmarks the Note 20 Plus beats the S20 Ultra 5G model in both Single-Core and Multi-Core performance. Given the details, the motherboard of the Note 20 Plus is codenamed “kona”, which will come with Snapdragon 865 processor out of the box.
This data can be fake, given that many OEMS have tried fooling benchmarks already.
More details, if the benchmarks are real, to come soon.
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