Samsung is yet to announce its Galaxy S23, but the leaks are coming rapidly day by day, and today, it appeared on the Geekbench finally, which confirms many significant details about it.

The Galaxy S23 is expected to arrive in early 2023, and its many details have already been, such as changes in the camera lens and a little wider display for its mine enhancement, and now we also got info about its chipset and RAM.

Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Will Power Samsung Galaxy S23

Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Will Power Samsung Galaxy S23

A tipster named Abhishek Yadav noted these listings and also shared them via a tweet, and he also mentioned details about the smartphone’s GPU.

According to these Geekbench listings, the Galaxy S23 will be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, whose motherboard is currently dubbed as Kalama in the listing but will probably change after the release.

Besides, as we already discovered, this chipset is based on 8 cores, and its single-core score is 1524, and its multi-core score is 4597, according to Geekbench.

And for more details regarding the performance, the listing has mentioned that a single core clocked at 3.36GHz, three cores clocked at 2.02 GHz, and four cores running at 2.80 GHz.

For graphics processing, the smartphone will inherit Adreno 740 GPU. Also, the listing has revealed that the base model will get 8GB RAM. There will also be other models too with higher RAM.

As the listing has mentioned, these tests were done on Android 13 running Galaxy S23, which means the smartphone will run on Android 13 when it comes out of the box, so buyers don’t need to update.

To know complete details about the performance of it every single function, you can also check out Geekbench’s detailed report.

As usual, Samsung is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy S23 in Q1 of next year, and there will be more upgrades that have not come out yet but will be revealed with an official announcement.


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