Samsung is king when it comes to its S Series of smartphones. It is a very welknown fact that Samsung always brings first of the best to their S lineup phones.
Leaks concerning the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series have been widespread on the internet as of late. Details as little as the size of its bezels have been discussed at length, along with everything else about it. Ice Universe, a well-known leaker, even went so far as to dub the Galaxy S22 Series as “worthless” in comparison to its presumed replacement, the Galaxy S23 Series.
In the single-core and multi-core tests that Geekbench offers, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Phone (SM-S911N) receives scores of 1,518 and 4,743, respectively. Geekbench has probably misread the CPU clusters of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 by grouping together the two Cortex-A710 and Cortex-A715 cores. The rest of the configuration, however, is consistent with earlier leaks, which stated that it would feature a Cortex-X3 Prime core and three Cortex-A510 efficiency cores.
The first benchmark scores of the Korean Galaxy S23 variant appear on GeekBench!
The phone is running Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and has 8 GB of RAM. pic.twitter.com/kHgBuYR8FT
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Although this represents a significant improvement in performance in comparison to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 from the previous year, not everything is as peachy as it ought to be. The memory capacity of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series has been confirmed to be 8 gigabytes by the Geekbench listing, at least for one of the device’s variants.
Even if 8 GB of storage space is sufficient for the majority of consumers, Samsung designed the Galaxy S23 Ultra for enthusiasts who might benefit from having as much system memory as possible. In addition, a piece of hardware that will most certainly cost more than one thousand dollars in the United States should not skimp on important components like RAM.