A new leak has been revealed about the Samsung Galaxy S23 series including Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 ultra. Tipster Ice Universe has shown that Samsung will use an exclusive high-frequency version of the snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
“European version of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is confirmed to use the Snapdragon 8 Gen2, and it is a high-frequency version exclusive to Samsung.”
The surprising news reports that the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra (model SM-S918B) reportedly achieves a 1,504 single-core score and a 4,580 multi-core score on an alleged benchmark run from Geekbench 5. The smartphone will be running on Android 13. The model that was tested used 8GB of RAM. The scores are slightly lower than the previous Samsung Ultra scores. The test device managed an impressive single-core score of 1,521 points and a multi-core result of 4,689 points
This time the Samsung s23 ultra has slightly improved its single-core performance by scoring 1530 points. Similarly, it managed a significant jump in the multicore performance with a score of 4779 points.
The difference from Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chips is Cortex-X3-based Kryo Prime core runs at 3.36GHz, instead of the usual 3.2 GHz. The other seven cores on the octa-core chip are running at the standard frequencies.
Previously Samsung launched its flagship Galaxy S series smartphones in two chipset variants. The Qualcomm chipset variant usually goes to markets like the US while the Samsung Exynos chipset variants are typically sold in the European markets. However, it is yet to see what difference the chip will make in real-life usage scenarios.
Samsung is yet to confirm officially regarding leaks and reveals.
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