Last month, the US versions of the Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra appeared on Geekbench using the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, which is anticipated to make its formal debut at the Snapdragon Summit from November 15–17. With Qualcomm’s impending flagship silicon, the US version of the Plus model has now also been discovered on the benchmark database.
The Galaxy S23 Model +’s code for the US version is SM-S916U, and it probably runs Android 13 with One UI 5.0 on top. The smartphone comes with 8GB of RAM, but there will probably also be other RAM variants available.
Complete Geekbench Analysis: samsung SM-S911U – Geekbench Browser
The S23+ performed worse in Geekbench’s single-core tests than the vanilla and Ultra variants despite having the same processor and RAM capacity but performed better in multi-core testing. We’ll hold judgement until we examine the retail units, which will undoubtedly perform better because they are most likely pre-production units.
However, it is still unknown whether Samsung would employ the Exynos CPU in select nations or the Snapdragon chip in all markets for the Galaxy S23 series.