The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the upcoming marvel from Samsung. The company will launch its three new flagship phones on February 20. As we are nearing to the launch of the phone, the rumor mills are firing up with leaks. Today, we’ve got another look at Exynos variant of the Galaxy S10+ on Geekbench.
The latest bit of the phone at Geekbench reads scores on the Exynos 9820 version with minor enhancements in the scores. The improvements on the phone are an indication that the phone is finally completing its final stage of production. If we look broadly into the spectrum of scores, the new scores show 9% gain in the multi-core results (10387 vs 9570). With that said, the phone surpasses the Snapdragon variant in its scores (10296) by about 100pts. Well, the difference is insignificant, but it will unquestionably please the Exynos fans.
Anyways, the single-core scores on the phone read 4472. The scores are a significant difference in comparison to the Snapdragon 855 SoC (3413), in a good way. Above all, the numbers are not a substantial departure from the ones we get on iPhone XS duo.
The Galaxy S10 Trio is not far away from getting official. We are eagerly waiting for the phone to arrive in the market and put the beast to extreme test against the iPhones. What do you think about the latest from Samsung? Do let us know in the comments section below.