The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be released in August, and rumors have begun to grow. However, it is the first time they make any official appearance. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 appeared along with the unreleased Galaxy A90 at Geekbench, so we can only know a little more about the features of the devices.
Initially, there were two different Geekbench entries that concern the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and mention the model numbers SM-N976B and SM-N976V.
The SM-N976V has 12GB of RAM as opposed to the 8GB of RAM that has the regular model number SM-N976B. Also, the basic version has the lightest, more powerful Exynos 9825 processor, which according to recent rumors is going to rely on a 7nm node instead of the 8nm manufacturing process used for the existing Exynos 9820.
The smartphone model number SM-N976V scored 3.529 points in the Single-Core test and 10,840 points in the Multi-Core test. Similarly, the SM-N976B managed to capture 3.557 points in the Single-Core and 9.654 points in the Multi-Core.
As for the Samsung Galaxy A90, it appeared in Geekbench under model number SM-A9050, has Snapdragon 675 and 6GB of RAM. Given that the Samsung Galaxy A80 features the Snapdragon 730, it is unlikely that the A90 will be equipped with a 6 Series processor, so the entry may be fake.