The Samsung SM-G965F was introduced in GeekBench, which in theory should be Galaxy S9 +. Benchmark suggests that the smartphone will only get 4GB of RAM . Will Samsung really opt for this amount of RAM? Let's look at the GeekBench result.
Very often, the technical specifications of unmasked devices have betrayed benchmarks such as GeekBench. It was the phone that was signed as Samsung SM-G965F . The code name clearly suggests that we are dealing with the Galaxy S9 + . What does the benchmark say about this model?According to graphic information above, the Samsung Galaxy S9 + will come with only 4GB of RAM . It would be a very strange step from Samsung – finally, the amount of memory offered by the predecessor (and in the weaker version), and the Galaxy Note 8 already has the standard of 6GB RAM. This is not the first clue to suggest something is wrong here, so let's take another look at GeekBench. The heart of the Galaxy S9 + is to be Exynos 9810 and exactly this unit we will find on the graphics. Strange, however, is that the performance of the processor is significantly lower than that of its predecessor with the Galaxy S8 and even a two-year deal with the Galaxy S7. Only the Galaxy S6 is very similar to this alleged Galaxy S9 and in my opinion this is the key to solving the mystery. I'm ready to risk saying that someone has changed the build.prop in one of the Galaxy S6 models (I'm on the Galaxy S6 Edge +) to get GeekBench fake Galaxy S9. In fact, the screenshot itself was falsified, because in the benchmark database I could not find such a phone. In any case, there is nothing to fear – probably the Galaxy S9 will offer 6GB of RAM . Source: TelefoonAbonnement