The Samsung Galaxy Note10's August release is fast approaching and the rumor mill is picking up speed. We finally have something solid in the form of Geekbench scores. Interestingly, a still unreleased Galaxy A90 also joins the upcoming flagship in its run through the benchmark.
Two Geekbench listings of the future Galaxy Note10 popped up - one with SM-N976B model number and the other one SM-N976V. The latter boasts 12GB of RAM as opposed to the 8GB of RAM on the regular one and also a slightly more powerful Exynos 9825 chipset. And as per recent rumors, it's going to be based on the 7nm node instead of the 8nm manufacturing process used for the existing Exynos 9820.
And as for the Galaxy A90, it's listing is rather suspect as the phone with model number SM-A9050 is rocking a Snapdragon 675 chipset with 6GB of RAM. Considering that the Galaxy A80 has the Snapdragon 730 it's unlikely that the A90 will settle for the 6-series Snapdragon and this listing might well be fake.
Pretty sure the V variant with the Qualcomm processor name isn't an Exynos as stated in the article.
I think you've been either brutally hacked or got malware or a virus on your phone if it's really exhibiting that kind of behavior.. Did you try a factory reset and installling/copying a lot of large files to overwrite the storage ?