The most powerful version of the Galaxy Note 7 to reach the Middle East
Rumours suggest Samsung will release two variants of its Galaxy Note 7
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is rumoured to come in two variants, where one will be more powerful than the other.
According to results from the Geekbench benchmark test, one version of the upcoming phablet will be powered by the Exynos 8893 from Samsung and the other will be Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor.
From the results the Exynos 8893 variant's single-core score was 2300, whilst the multi-core score was 8110. In comparison, the Snapdragon 820 received 2330 for its single-core and 5360 for its multi-core. Both devices are rumoured to employ 4GB for RAM and will be installed with Android 6.0.1.
Furthermore, the Snapdragon 820 version is meant for the U.S. and China, whereas the Exynos 8893 chipset version will be employed everywhere else, including the Middle East.
Details of the device have not yet been officially announced, but it is expected to be launched at the beginning of August this year.