Verizon Galaxy Note 5 is Benchmarked with Exynos 7420 and 4GB RAM

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    If this leaked benchmark is any indication, the Verizon version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is ready to be unleashed and it's going to be a beast! According to a leaked benchmark, a Galaxy Note 5 with model number SM-N920V (the V indicates it's for Verizon), just scored 1418 (Single-Core) and 4399 (Multi-Core) points on Geekbench. This score is consistent with that of the Galaxy S6, which has nearly the same hardware.

    According to the benchmark, the Verizon Galaxy Note 5 has the same Exynos 7420 chipset as the Galaxy S6, but it has 4GB if RAM instead. The latest rumors suggest that the Galaxy Note 5 might end up with a microSD slot after all, although that is not yet confirmed. Additionally, it will probably not have a removable battery.

    Of course, this benchmark does nothing to elucidate either of those rumors.

    Source: samsung SM-N920V - Geekbench Browser
     
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    I was expecting more than a 4GB version of the S6. We'll see soon enough
     
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    The 7420 blows away my Qualcomm processor.

    It's good to finally see Samsung being able to integrate LTE with their in house Exynos.
     
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    Are you doing CAD work with your smartphone.
     
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    No, but I do a lot of PDF and excel file work on it. There is a notable difference between the two types of SoCs that Sammy uses. This is my first Qualcomm phone and I am not impressed. Exynos runs smoother.