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Samsung Galaxy S11 5G benchmark shows impressive hardware
« on: November 27, 2019, 07:53:31 AM »

It's no big secret that Samsung has an extensive lineup of ultra-high-end Galaxy S11 handsets in the pipeline, two main variants of which have been the protagonists of a pair of major leaks in the last few days. Curiously enough, even though the design and key specifications of the company's next flagship family are pretty much as transparent as glass, the first legit-looking benchmark of one of these upcoming powerhouses is only transpiring today thanks to the always reliable folks over at Primate Labs.

The vast database of the popular Geekbench Browser tool used to measure the theoretical processor performance of smartphones, tablets, and PCs running different operating systems is the place where a no doubt unfinished Samsung SM-G986B prototype has just stopped by en route to a commercial release several months down the line. That obviously means we shouldn't read too much into the handset's preliminary speed results, although for what it's worth, this bad boy is already powered by the newest version of Android.
Which Galaxy S11 variant is this?

Before analyzing exactly what the early benchmark reveals, it's important to answer that existential question (literally) and try (as hard as it might feel) to wrap our heads around the convoluted Galaxy S11 family. If all those recent rumors are to be trusted (and they probably are), Samsung is gearing up to release a budget-friendly "e" model in a 6.3 or 6.4-inch size (with a curved screen), as well as a "regular" S11 version sporting a 6.7-inch display, and a plus-sized 6.9-incher.


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