Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G (SM-G986U) with a snapdragon SoC surfaced on Geekbench

The Samsung Galaxy S20+ is to be officially launched next month on February 11th. Ahead of the launch, the next flagship smartphone from Samsung has been surfaced o benchmarking site. Geekbench listing revealed that under the hood S20+ will use Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. It is claimed that Samsung Galaxy S20+ firstly to be named Samsung Galaxy S11+. Moving on, it will be an upgrade of Samsung Galaxy S10 and stepping in to the market with two other 5G models – Galaxy S20 5G and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. Each of the three Samsung smartphones are relied upon to be presented at the company’s Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event.

Samsung Galaxy S20+ is listed on Geekbench with the SM-G986U model number. As per the info, the Snapdragon variant of Samsung Galaxy S20+ will come in the market like America, Canada and China. The device with the listed model number seems to have a relationship with the SM-G986B model number listed in November last year. Because till now it was believed that the first listed handset was the Exynos version of Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G.

Samsung Galaxy S20+ specifications (rumoured)

Geekbench listing reveals that the device will run on Android 10. Qualcomm chipset inside the phone codenamed as “kona”. This codename is associated with the Snapdragon 865 processor introduced last year. The base frequency of the chipset is 1.8 GHz. And it will come with 12 GB RAM.

Benchmarking listing date is 12th January which reveals that the device got a score of 923 in single core test and 3,267 in multi core test.

Samsung is currently preparing for its Galaxy Unpacked event which will live on 11th february of next month. In this launch event, Samsung will unveil its Galaxy S20 series phones. Now, according to leaked information, three phones of this series will be offered. Recently, an alleged picture of the Samsung Galaxy S20 + was revealed which pointed to the hole-punch design, Infiniti-O display and quad rear camera setup in the phone.

Also Read: Not all new Samsung Galaxy S20 will support 5G connectivity
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