The refreshed version of Samsung's flagship phantom has been tested in the popular GeekBench benchmark. Thanks to that, we already know what we can expect from it in terms of efficiency.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will soon be available for sale again – this time in a refreshed version. The device went to the GeekBench benchmark, so we know what we can expect for performance. The smartphone itself is powered by an Exynos 8890 processor that supports 4GB of RAM . In terms of battery we will find a 3200 mAh cell here – 300 mAh less than the original, first version, which turned out to be a fiasco. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in a refreshed version will run under Android 7.0 Nougat – a standard smartphone has not received this update due to its withdrawal from the market. The system that comes with the new Note is probably what we could see with models such as the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus. As you can see in the screenshot, the device scored 1068 points in a single core test and 4139 points in a multi-core test. This may not be a brilliant result, but you certainly will not need to worry about performance. Probably more RAM could help Samsung raise the bar a bit. At this moment it is not yet known whether a refreshed Note will go to our country. It is hoped that this will happen and we can count on a good price. Source: GeekBench