Sentiments are running high over Samsung’s upcoming releases – Galaxy S8 and S8+ – and, rightfully so. The South Korean giant has done everything to pack its latest devices with all the punch, and re-build the reputation that was stripped off in the wake of Galaxy Note 7 battery explosions. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that after teasing its Samsung S8 device at MWC, the big brand is indeed glowing in its true light.
And now, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ has been spotted on Geekbench, kicking a bit more to the lovely buzz around the device.
On the specifications front, the device is reported to sport a 6-inch curved-edge display. It is equipped with 4GB RAM and runs on Android 7.0 Nougat. The smartphone has been listed as SM-G955U and has its back on the msm8998 aka Snapdragon 835, the most advanced processor from the house of Qualcomm.
As per the benchmark scores, the smartphone notched up with 1929 points and 6084 points in the single-core and multi-core tests, which makes it much desirable than Kirin 960 on Huawei Mate 9.
Both of the flagships – Samsung S8 and S8+ – are expected to see the light of the day on March 29.