The Geekbench benchmarking platform featured the Samsung Galaxy S24+ Korean version with model number SM-S926N, as confirmed by blogger @i Ice Universe.
In Geekbench 6.2.0, the Samsung Galaxy S24+ Korean version achieved a single-core score of 2044 points and a multi-core score of 6406 points. It runs on an Exynos2400 processor, while the National Bank version is equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy, and it comes pre-installed with the Android 14 system.
Notably, the Galaxy S24+ test model offers a 12GB memory version, a significant upgrade compared to the previous generation Galaxy S23+ which only provided an 8GB version.
Furthermore, blogger @i Ice Universe reported that the Galaxy S24+ will feature the same M13 OLED 2K resolution screen as the S24 Ultra and will have a standard four-sided equal-width 1.5mm frame.
@Yogesh Brar had previously disclosed the main specifications of three models in the Samsung Galaxy S24 series, including the Galaxy S24 and S24+. Both models feature Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 and Exynos 2400 dual-processor versions, along with 50MP + 12MP + 10MP rear lenses. The primary distinction lies in the standard model’s FHD display (1080P), 4000mAh battery, and 25W charging power, while the S24+ boasts a higher-resolution QHD display, 4900mAh battery, and 45W charging power.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra model sports a QHD+ display, a titanium alloy frame, a built-in 5000mAh battery, and supports 45W charging power. It is exclusively powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor and features 200MP + 12MP + 50MP + 10MP lenses for imaging.