Samsung Galaxy S10+ visits Geekbench with Snapdragon 855

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Trio is still one month away from its official announcement. The handset will go official on February 20, but the new leaks show the Galaxy S10+ on Geekbench listing. With that said, this time we’ve got a test drive for the SD 855 SoC.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ visits Geekbench with Snapdragon 855

The Geekbench lists the single thread scores at 3413, and the multi-thread scores are 10256. Well, there’s no much difference in the multi-core performance, but the single score scores is a minor improvement. The multicore score on the Galaxy S10+ beats the kirin 980 SoC. In comparison to Samsung’s Exynos 9810 chip from the past year, the single-core scores also don’t perform better, as well. The non-final build may be the reason for low scores on the tests.

Interestingly, the lists reveal a 6GB of RAM inside the handset. Well, it contradicts with the early rumors of 8GB of RAM. What do you think? Do let us know in the comments section below.