The Galaxy Note 9 hasn't launched yet, but we already know quite a bit about the smartphone thanks to several leaks. The first leak saw the Snapdragon 845 flavor show up on Geekbench with a score of 2190 for single-core and 8806 for multi-core performance. The second leak was again on Geekbench and showed that Samsung had likely done some optimizing when the same Snapdragon 845 SoC leaked with a 2411 single-core and 8712 multi-core score.
Another leak has happened with Geekbench again seeing details of the Galaxy Note 9 published, but this time out the scores are for the Exynos 9810 version of the smartphone destined for some markets outside the U.S. The Geekbench results show a single-core score of 2737 and a multi-core score of 9064 showing that the Exynos 9810 is performing better than the Snapdragon version of the device.
The benchmarks were posted to Geekbench a few days ago and called out 5600 MB of storage. Another rumor floating around on Twitter suggests that we might see a version of the Galaxy Note 9 packing 8GB of RAM and 512 GB of ROM.
If you are lucky, you will see 8GB RAM and 512GB ROM Galaxy Note9— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 26, 2018
Other leaks have suggested that the smartphone will have a 6.28-inch screen and will feature a fingerprint reader integrated into the screen. We know that there will be 6GB Snapdragon 845 version for the U.S. and other locations along with the Exynos 9810 version mentioned here. Pricing is expected to be somewhere in the $900 range.