According to news on October 22, after the Galaxy S23 appeared on the Geekbench running platform a few days ago, the suspected new Galaxy S23 Ultra machine has also appeared on Geekbench, the model is SM-S918U.
The Geekbench listing shows that the S23 Ultra is equipped with an unnamed chipset with the "kalama" motherboard logo, the CPU architecture is "1+2+2+3", and the main core frequency is 3.6GHz. According to previous rumors, the processor It is Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, "1+2+2+3" means 1× 3.36GHz Cortex-X3 super core + 4× 2.8GHz Cortex-A715 / A710 large core + 3× 2.02GHz Cortex-A510 small core.
The test device achieved a single-core score of 1,521 and a multi-core score of 4,689, which is excellent. For reference, the highest scores for the Galaxy S22 Ultra with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 were 1,200/4,200 respectively. The listing shows that the test device has 8GB of memory, and the machine is expected to provide a version with at least 12GB of memory. Additionally, the phone runs Android 13, presumably OneUI 5.
It remains to be seen whether Samsung will release an Exynos-powered Galaxy S23 model as well, as earlier rumors suggested that all 2023 Samsung S-series phones will use Qualcomm SoCs, while newer reports say Exynos chips are still under consideration.