Samsung Galaxy S23: A Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for European variants appears to be confirmed by a Geekbench listing. On the other hand, it would appear that Samsung will be introducing the freshly released Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset to the European markets this year. In addition to that, there is a special high-frequency version that is exclusively available here, as revealed by the well-known source Ice Universe. Follow For More Update newsyorbits.com
According to information that was made public by Ice Universe, the soon-to-be-released Galaxy S23 Ultra (with the model number SM-S918B) supposedly obtains a single-core score of 1,504 and a multi-core score of 4,580 on an alleged benchmark run from Geekbench 5. Naturally, this is taking place while Android 13 is being utilised. The model that was evaluated had 8 GB of RAM installed.
The primary distinction between this chip and other Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processors is the increased clock speed of the Cortex-X3-based Kryo Prime core, which now operates at 3.36 GHz instead of the more typical 3.2 GHz. On the octa-core processor, the remaining seven cores are operating at the frequencies that are typical for them.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
Since Ice Universe shared this tweet, it appears that Samsung has given Geekbench another shot with the S23 Ultra. This time, it was able to make a slight improvement in its single-core performance by scoring 1530 points, and it managed to make a significant jump in its multicore performance by scoring 4779 points.
It is not obvious how much of a difference, if any, these higher-clocked chips will have in real-world usage in comparison to the typical chip that is a part of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 family. It’s possible that Samsung is taking this step in an effort to make amends for the recent performance-throttling (GOS) scandal, for which the company was forced to issue a public apology after being caught.
If so, this could be one way in which the company is attempting to repair the damage done to its reputation by the scandal. You can read more about our coverage of the Samsung GOS scandal here if you missed it.Keep stay with us. Follow For More Update newsyorbits.com