Just recently, we have seen the leak 3D renders of Samsung Galaxy S11, which reveals the physical appearance of the smartphone. However, today, a supposed benchmark of the Galaxy S11 5G with model number SM-G986B has appeared on the Geekbench database.
According to the Galaxy S11 Geekbench benchmark, it indicates the 5G version of the Galaxy S11 with a huge 12GB RAM, an Exynos 990, and runs on Android 10.
In the Geekbench benchmark, the Galaxy S11’s chipset scored 427 points in the single-core and 2326 points in the multi-core benchmark.
For the comparison, we have taken Samsung’s previous device’s score lists.
After comparing with other devices, the Galaxy S11 Geekbench benchmark scores seem pretty much low in the single-core and a decent score in multi-core benchmark. We may assume that both the chipset and the device are under development, and the company is still in the optimization process.
Coming to the RAM, Samsung always offered the top variant with huge RAM like the Galaxy S10+ and Note 10+. But it seems like the company is now planning to provide the same amount of RAM to the non-Plus variant with the Galaxy S11.
As per the Exynos 990 chipset, introduced on the last month claims to deliver a 20-percent performance boost over its predecessors. The company also stated that it would support a 120Hz refresh rate display, a 108MP camera, and an 8K video recording. All these features are rumored to be included in Galaxy S11.