We wrote about the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S10 trio a few days ago. In our former article, we stated that the Galaxy S10+ will be the premium version of the device and will be coming with 12GB RAM and 1TB internal storage. The premium S10+ have run a couple of benchmarks. A device with a model name SM – G975F was listed in AnTuTu and GeekBench. The model name is the same as the global version of the Galaxy S10+ and the result it got were extraordinary high for an Android smartphone.
If you compare the device with the Popular Galaxy S9, you will see that the S10+ single core performance is about 20% higher than the result gotten from the S9 a few months ago. Also, it is only the Kirin 980 chipset in the benchmark dedicated “performance mode” that can match the Multiple cores of the S10+ which went steadily over 9000. It is really a great improvement from Samsung.
The test ran on the device include; CPU, GPU, UI and memory test and it got a final score of 326,185 in AnTuTu. The Nubia Red Magic Mars was ahead of every other device with over 320,000 scores when the Chinese benchmark released its monthly top 10 fastest Android smartphones. We hope that the Galaxy S10+ will contend for the top spot when it is finally unveiled on February 20.
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