An unreleased Samsung SM-S9190 spotted on Geekbench, device powered by Exynos 2300 processor

The tech giant, Samsung is a topmost smartphone brand in India that provides mid-range as well as top flagship devices with some really advanced features and technology. This year Samsung has introduced a handful of devices and still the company has more devices to offer to its consumers.

Recently tipster Alvin who goes by @sondesix on Twitter has revealed that an unreleased Samsung phone has been spotted on Geekbench listing with model number  SM-S9190.

As per the listing the smartphone received 456 TensorFlow Lite CPU Inference score. From the listing, it was revealed that the smartphone will be powered by Exynos 2300 chipset. Also from the listing it was revealed that the Exynos 2300 will be having a 9-core CPU.

According to the database, the upcoming smartphone will be running on Android 13 OS.

Apart from this information neither the moniker name of the device was revealed nor any other specifications. But this upcoming device will definitely be worth waiting for as with 9 CPU cores the device will be offering a better CPU performance. Maybe in the coming days when the device is spotted on other certification websites, we might get to know more info about this upcoming smartphone.

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