A leak appeared in Geekbench has allowed us to see what would be theoretically the first performance test of Galaxy S9 +, a terminal end cap which as we know is the “big brother” of the Galaxy S9 Samsung.
Its launch should occur jointly with the Galaxy S9 between the end of February and mid-March 2018, at least according to the latest information we have had the opportunity to see so far.
In the accompanying image, we can see the results achieved by the Galaxy S9 +. In mononuclear and multi-core performance using a SoC Snapdragon 845, a chip that as we know marks the leap to the Kryo 385 architecture at the CPU level, which means that it improves performance at Same frequency and number of cores compared to the previous generation.
The results are positive, but they are behind the Apple A11 Bionic SoC used in the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. We have accompanied the capture with these results so you can compare for yourselves.
Considering that the Apple chip arrived at the end of this year and that the Snapdragon 845 will be the standard bearer of 2018 we can see that the signature of the apple has a clear advantage and that we are facing a six-core SoC (the A11 Bionic) with one of eight cores (the Snapdragon 845).
Otherwise, this filtration seems to confirm that the Galaxy A9 + will jump to 6 GB of RAM and according to previous leaks we Shave seen that it will also have a dual rear camera configuration.