While we wait for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, which is expected to take place in February, Geekbench has published another another test run from the tiny Galaxy S23 in advance of the device’s announcement.
The Samsung Galaxy SM-S911B, whose model number corresponds to the version designed for sale in international markets, includes a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU and 8 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM). On the single-core portion of the test, the phone scored 578 points, but in the multi-core section, it scored 2,118 points.
The earlier test runs for the Galaxy S23 have shown scores that are noticeably lower than these, but bearing in mind that these are most likely test devices, variations in results are to be expected.
It is anticipated that Samsung would finally release an all-Snapdragon lineup of Galaxy S phones this year, with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU being included in the S23 for all regions worldwide. On Geekbench, the flagship Qualcomm processor achieved scores of 1,504 for a single core and 4,580 for multiple cores. There are reports that European units may get an overclocked version of the chipset.