A phone that may be the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite shows up on Geekbench
A new Samsung device with the model number SM-N770F has shown up on the Geekbench 5 website. Given -the similarity to the Federal Communications Commission- (FCC) certified SM-G770F, it may correspond to the new Galaxy Note 10 variant of recent rumors. However, should this be the case, it suggests that the specs will really put the "Lite" into its possible product name.
Its new benchmarking results indicate that it is powered by the year-old flagship processor, the Exynos 9810 last seen in the Galaxy Note 9. On that note, the SM-N770F is listed as having 6GB of RAM, as did the 2018 premium phablet's base model. It does, however, run Android 10.
To date, the SM-N770F has 2 separate Geekbench 5 entries, which exhibit considerable variability: one is associated with single-and multi-core scores that are approximately twice those of the other. This suggests that the OS on these devices is less than optimized for this putative device at this point.
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