Samsung’s upcoming S22+ flagship was recently spotted on the Geekbench list with the Snapdragon 898 processor.
Apparently, Samsung will launch the Qualcomm processor-equipped model in just a few select markets.
Geekbench reveals that Samsung S22+ will have 8GB of RAM and Android 12
Lo and behold, the Samsung Galaxy S22+ is the target of more rumors after being detected in the Geekbench lists that reveal some of its specifications. This time, the model appears to be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 898 processor.
More specifically, the Galaxy S22+ appears in Geekbench 5 with the next Qualcomm processor with four CPU cores running at 1.79GHz, with three cores running at 2.5Ghz and also with one core running at 3GHz.
The same list reveals that the Galaxy S22+ is also equipped with 8 GB of RAM and runs Android 12. In the Geekbench test, the model achieves a score of 1163 in single core mode and 2728 in multi core.
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But to mix up all the information, the Galaxy S22+ was also located in the Geekbench equipped with the Exynos 2200 processor that Samsung plans to release soon and with the same specs of 8GB RAM and Android 12 operating system.
Samsung S22+ will have two versions, one on the Snapdragon platform the other with Exynos 2200
Thus, it seems that Samsung will keep the tradition of launching its smartphone in two different versions, one with a Qualcomm processor and the other with its Exynos processor.
According to leaker Max Weinbach, the Galaxy S22 series, which includes the S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra models, will be launched with the Snapdragon 898 platform in the US, Asia and Africa. In South Korea and other international markets, the Samsung flagship will be equipped with the brand’s Exynos 2200 processor.
Another advanced information is that the S22 series, in Asia and Africa, may be available with several versions of each of the models that make up the line. All because devices with different model numbers were detected for each of the devices (S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra). In other words, these markets may receive several versions with different specifications.
Recall that Samsung plans to launch its next flagship early next year, specifically in February 2022.
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