Samsung Galaxy S10 Trio series is expected to go official in Q1 2019. Samsung will unveil the S10 flagships at MWC in Barcelona. As we are getting closer to the event, the rumor mill is spinning faster and faster. Today’s rumor points to the HTML5 browser benchmark test on the Galaxy S10 Plus and the affordable Galaxy S10 Lite. Moreover, the scores on the Galaxy S10 Plus reflects from the most expensive version with probably 12GB of RAM and 5G support.
You can see the results in these photographs that relates SM-G970 for the Lite version and SM-G975 for the Plus-sized variant. Also, the results list the resolution of Galaxy S10 Lite as 360 x 760. It translates into 1080 x 2280 pixels resolution with a 19:9 aspect ratio.
On the flip side, the Plus model lists the display resolution as 412 x 869. Well, that means a resolution of 1440 x 3040 px for this tall QHD+ AMOLED display.
The results are surprising, and you can see that the Galaxy S10 Lite is a clear winner in the HTML5Test. It can be the developing phase of these handsets resulting in poor numbers on the Galaxy S10 Plus in comparison to the Lite variant.