While the Samsung Galaxy S11 release date is still months away, fans are already worked up about the Korean brand’s upcoming flagship phone. The latest round of leaks hints that the gadget will have a massive amount of RAM, a new chipset and will run on the latest version of Android.

Fans won’t be disappointed with the Galaxy S11 in terms of memory based on recent leaks. The upcoming Samsung flagship will have enough power to run even the most resource-hungry apps since it will have 12GB of RAM, as reported by Neowin.

Unlike the S10, it appears that 12GB of RAM might be the standard for the S11. Previously, 12GB RAM was only available to the Galaxy S10+ while other variants came only with 8GB.

The leak is based on the supposed benchmark of the Galaxy S11 that was posted on the Geekbench site. Aside from revealing its RAM, the post also revealed a few details about the smartphone, which carries the model number SM-G986B, including its motherboard and its operating system.

Being Samsung’s flagship, the S11 will run on Android 10, which is to be expected since it’s the latest version of the operating system for mobile devices.

The benchmark showed that the smartphone will be powered by the new octa-core Exynos 990 chipset. However, this will likely hold true for S11’s international variants since US versions of the phone will likely be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset.

The introduction of the Exynos 990 is expected to further boost the Galaxy S11’s performance. Based on Samsung’s previous announcement, the chipset performed 20 percent better compared to its older cousin.

The enhanced performance of the chipset can support two exciting features that the S11 is rumored to have. It can cope up with displays with a high refresh rate of up to 120Hz as well as 8K video recording.

While not yet officially confirmed, Samsung is expected to schedule the Galaxy S11 release date somewhere between “mid to late February” next year, according to The Inquirer. No official word about its pricing has been released yet but it might be a bit pricier than the S10 to cover the additional costs for 5G connectivity.