Samsung’s upcoming flagship models, Galaxy S10, as well as its bigger sibling S10 Plus, have been benchmarked and the scores are on par! Yes, The Galaxy S10 which is powered with Exynos 9820 SoC along with a 6GB RAM combination gave a total of 9570 points on the multi-core test while the single-core gets 4382 points. On the other hand, the global variant of the bigger Galaxy S10 Plus with Exynos 9820 and 6GB RAM combination, has scored just 3248 on Geekbench single-core and multi-core score was as low as 7999.
The regular Galaxy S10 scored 1571 and 1134 more points respectively than the Galaxy S10 Plus. We might get a different or higher score once the chipset is tested after combing with the final software. We know that the Exynos-powered smartphones are not as powerful when it comes to benchmark performance and these lower scores are pretty much expected.
With almost a month for these upcoming smartphones to be announced, we might see some tweaks which might improve the scores further. Both the handsets will be coming with a triple camera setup on the back that includes one variable aperture camera, a telephoto lens and also a wide-angle lens which will be giving high-quality images. There will also be selfie cameras on both the devices with improved technology.
The smaller Galaxy S10 will be sporting a 6.1-inch Infinity-O display while its bigger sibling will come with 6.4-inch AMOLED display. Obviously, both will come out of the box with the latest Android Pie Operating system and support for various Samsung applications. We need to wait for a few more days for the February 20 launch event and we could also have a sneak peek of the upcoming foldable phone from the company. Comment in the section below if you more queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more updates.