Earlier a device going by the name SM-N986U was said to be the Galaxy Note 20+, however, now a similar model named device appeared on the Geekbench but this time its name the Galaxy Note 20 which confirms this geekbench score being of the device in question. Both devices are part of the Galaxy Note 20+.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is the named being used here and the benchmarks now revealed on Geekbench confirming it’s single-core and multi-core performance and it’s quite impressive. The Galaxy Note 20 scores 950 points while annihilates everything with a multi-core score of 3210 points.
Other than that we also have some specs with this geekbench reveal, starting with the processor which tells us that this is a non-Exynos variant of the Galaxy Note 20, as this one is rocking a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 (2.8GHz) coupled with 12GB of RAM and onboard storage is said to max-out at 512GB and 256GB variants will show be made available with the ability to expand up to 2TB via an sd-card slot.
Also, the battery of the Galaxy Note 20 is said to have a battery capacity similar to the Galaxy S20 ultra somewhere in the 3500mAh+ territory. Because earlier this week a battery pack model related to the Galaxy Note 20 had the same part name as the Galaxy S20 ultra.
The remaining space in the Galaxy Note 20 will be used by the S-pen’s Silo. It will carry a massive 6.7-inch 120Hz Super-AMOLED true edge-to-edge bezel-less display with a center punch-hole design.
Obviously it will have a 5G enabled version as well which will cost a premium more than the regular variant. But will both variants have the same 4000 battery capacity or only the 5G version gets it, still remains to be seen.