While rumours of a new Samsung Galaxy S23 have been doing the rounds, the device has now been spotted on Geekbench, offering a look at its performance and some specs. According to the listing, first spotted by GalaxyClub, the device will feature a new processor, codenamed “Kalama.” It is speculated that this may be the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Spotted On Geekbench
The US variant of the Samsung Galaxy S23, bearing model number SM-S911U, has made its way to Geekbench. It is likely to be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. Going by the listing, the processor features a single primary core with a clock speed of up to 3.36GHz and four medium cores at 2.80GHz. This is accompanied by three small cores at 2.02GHz.
The listing also revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S23 base model will feature 8GB of RAM. It will run on Android 13 and sport an Adreno 740 GPU.
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As for the benchmark test, the Galaxy S23 managed to snag a high score in the CPU performance test. It scored 1,524 points in the single-core CPU test and bagged 4,597 points in the multi-core CPU test.
Samsung Galaxy S23: Expected Specifications
Going by the Geekbench listing, the US version of the Samsung Galaxy S23 will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. Meanwhile, the European version of the Galaxy S23 phone is nowhere to be seen. It was earlier rumoured that all models will feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. However, a recent report suggested that we can expect Samsung to release Exynos-powered versions in select markets.
Just last month, the CAD renders of the smartphone were leaked online. Going by the leaked images, the S23 will be quite similar to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The Galaxy S23 is expected to sport a 6.1-inch Full HD+ display. As for imaging, the handset will likely feature a triple-rear camera setup with a 50MP primary camera.
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