Samsung Galaxy Note 5 gets benchmark with 4GB RAM and Exynos 7420

Another day, another Samsung Galaxy Note 5 leak.  The phone is one of the most anticipated phones of the year so all leaks are exciting.

Verizon‘s version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 showed up at Geekbench yesterday evening.  The model number shows up as the Samsung SM-N920V, not too different from the current naming system of the Note line. Importantly the benchmark showed the Note 5 running Android 5.1.1, which should help the phone’s performance as Android 5.0 was riddled with bugs and glitches.  The processor is Samsung’s Exynos 7420 which is an octa-core 64-bit powerhouse running at 1.5GHz, which is no surprise considering how much success Samsung had with their Exynos processor in the Galaxy S6.

Another important spec is the memory and Geekbench showed the device running 4GB.  With 4GB of RAM and the Exynos 7420, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 should be the performer of the year.

Now if we could just our hands on a leak which can confirm whether or not this Galaxy Note 5 will come with a removable battery and MicroSD card slot…





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