Samsung's Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus Benchmark Scores Revealed

James Marshall
January 22, 2019

While nothing is official until the phone is unveiled at Samsung's Unpacked event on 20 February, Blass has carved a reputation for leaking reliable information. But now, one of the Samsung apps seems to have indirectly confirmed one of the features of the upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone.

Also on display was the rumoured S10E - a cheaper phone with few of the bells and whistles of the main devices. Now that model, dubbed Galaxy S10 X, has appeared in a firmware update.

The Galaxy S10 is expected to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 chipset which, according to CNET's benchmarking tests, is about 45 percent faster than the Snapdragon 845 used in last year's Galaxy S9.

The base version includes a two-lens back camera, whereas the two larger devices both offer a triple-lens system. The S10 range will reportedly embed a fingerprint sensor into the display. 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.

Samsung is expected to unveil a third model that has a smaller 5.8-inch display and it will come with a more affordable price tag said to be the Galaxy S10 Lite. It is worth noting that "Beyond" is also the codename of Samsung Galaxy S10.

Samsung is working to make the Galaxy S10 everything to everybody, as trademark registrations indicate plans to develop a cryptocurrency wallet.

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