Samsung‘s rumor mill has been churning intel predominantly on the Galaxy Note 5 lately, but the Galaxy S6 edge+ has gotten its fair share of attention as well. Interestingly enough, a lot of what was previously established about the dual-edge phablet is about to turn to dust as new info keeps on surfacing.
This latest bit comes courtesy of a Geekbench entry, which states that the chipset within the Galaxy S6 edge+ is the home-brewed Exynos 7420, the same found inside the smaller Galaxy S6 edge and its ordinary counterpart, the Galaxy S6. The leaksters had so far been leaning towards a Snapdragon 808 chipset for the S6 edge+, with an updated Exynos 7422 reserved for the Note 5.
The benchmark listing is in line with that anonymous source in terms of RAM as well, quoting a 4GB amount. Both of these revelations, however, clash with the specs outed by a couple of user agent profiles, which would have been just fine, if it didn’t cast a shadow on the microSD slot, mentioned in those same user agent profiles.