Yesterday Samsung announced a new flagship, the Galaxy Note 9 on the Snapdragon 845 in two versions – 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory or 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of memory.
Publisher Tom’s Guide has tested 6/128 GB version of the device in various benchmarks. For comparison was selected by Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Note 8, S9 Plus, Google Pixel 2 XL, OnePlus 6, LG ThinQ G7 and the Apple iPhone X.
In multi-core Geekbench test 4, Galaxy Note 9 has shown not the best result – it’s a little higher than the Galaxy S9 Plus, but lags behind OnePlus flagship last year’s iPhone 6 and X. In comparison with the previous model series Note, performance Note 9 increased by 25%.
Leader test iPhone X processor-A11 Bionic and Apple in a month will introduce a new generation of processors A12, which will be even more productive.
The following test was carried out in 3DMark Extreme Slingshot
Extreme Slingshot is the most accurate graphical test that Note 9 handled well, but still lost to the iPhone X.
It is worth noting that the tests do not give a complete picture of performance and can be radically different in the daily use of smartphones.