The benchmark performance of the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite has reportedly made its way over to GeekBench. Coincidentally, the appearance of the phone’s single-core and multi-core performance comes just a few days after we reported on the appearance of the alleged Galaxy S11 5G benchmark.
Though unconfirmed, the device’s model number, SM-N770F, also coincides with a model number in an earlier article. And while there isn’t a whole lot of detail about the device’s hardware, it appears that the phone was tested using an Exynos 9810 SoC with 6GB RAM.
For the record, the Exynos 9810 SoC isn’t a new chipset by any measure of the term. It was first introduced with the launch of the Galaxy Note9. And while it is a generation older than the current Exynos 9825, it is by no means a slouch and still packs that much needed “oomph” wherever it is needed.
Additionally, the Note10 Lite isn’t the only leak that made its way online. Recently, a registration detailing an S Pen for the device was also found in Federal Communications Commission (FCC) documents, submitted by Samsung.
The documents basically say that the S Pen will feature Bluetooth connectivity, but nothing else beyond that. There are apparently some diagrams of the tool, but as is stands, the FCC will only make them available on 25 May 2020.
As usual, these are just rumours and hearsay, and like all filed patents, there’s a high likelihood that these patents designs may not even see the light of day. Therefore, remember to take them with a large grain of salt until the official announcement of the Galaxy Note10 Lite.