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.
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.