Note 9 vs. iPhone X – Will Samsung beat Apple this year?
Samsung has always been Apple’s first and most dangerous competitor. Anyone who has any remote interest in the world of technology knows exactly what’s the deal between these two massive companies.
However, as to what 2018 concerns, Apple was winning the fight. They launched the iPhone X a while ago, and basically skyrocket their sales within minutes. And as of today, it is still considered the best phone out in the market.
And chances are Apple will maintain their rightful spot in the top… At least until the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes out later this year and takes the technology world by storm.
What we can expect from the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
There’s a reason everyone is suddenly talking about the Note 9, because we have some news about what we can expect from it, and they are exciting. To start off, according to leaked benchmarks, the Note 9 will crush Apple’s iPhone X with its unique and powerful chip.
According to the news, the Exynos 9820 is expected to be the Note 9’s chip, meaning the newest Samsung phone will have one of the most (if not the most) potent processor in the world.
The upgrade in the Samsung’s software is undeniable. The Exynos 9820 is known as the most powerful processor to date, which makes the Note 9 beat the iPhone X by far, but we’ll talk about it in a minute.
Get to know the Exynos 9820.
The Exynos 9820 will come integrated with the Note 9’s chipset, and the features are unbelievable. According to a major leak of information, the Exynos 9820 will have an eight cores processor, positioning as one of the fastest chips out there.
Not only that, but it is expected to have a three clusters configuration, and be optimized for machine learning, meaning Samsung keeps taking the risk when it comes to mobile artificial intelligence.
To put it simply, the Exynos 9820 will feature eight different cores which will include the 2xExynos M4, 2xCortex-A75 and the 4xA55 as its big, medium and small cores respectively, and will use the 2+2+4 DynamIQ architecture (which ensures the mobile AI).
Performance results on the Note 9.
According to leaked benchmarks, all of these features previously mentioned before potion the Note 9’s above the iPhone X, and the results back it up, with the phone (the processor, to be precise) scoring over 12.000 points in the Geekbench’s Multi-Core test, surpassing by a lot the results obtained by the iPhone X.
The Exynos 9820 has an overall better performance than the A11 bionic (Apple’s microprocessor with a 64-bit- ARM-based system), placing the Note 9 in the first place with a high-end processor that can support and run high quality and heavy graphics (such as video games or VR ones).
Get ready for another surprise about the Note 9.
Not only the Note 9 surprised everyone by having an Exynos 9820 as it chip component, but it is known the memory storage will be massive, we are talking about exactly 1TB storage space to be precise.
It is heavily rumoured that the Note 9 will feature a 1TB or 512GB or storage, however, you want to call it, with an option to expand the memory card, being able to have even more internal storage.
This phone is directly aimed at high-powered users, and the whole setup of the phone is living proof that Samsung is taking no reserves when it comes to making the most powerful and fastest phone to date.