We’re only a little more than a month away from the official presentation of Samsung’s anniversary flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S10 series. Now, a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus benchmark test confirmed Snapdragon 855 and 6 Gb of RAM.
Identified by MySmartPrice, a Geekbench score, listed under Samsung model number “SM-G975U” (the serial number of the unlocked US version of Galaxy S10 Plus, reportedly), confirmed that Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus sports Snapdragon 855, and also revealed how fast is the new 855 SoC.
Even more, the benchmark test also unveiled that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus would come out with 6 Gb of RAM. According to some rumors, on the other hand, Samsung would also launch a premium variant with 8 Gb or 10 Gb of RAM, but until now we don’t have any confirmation of those statements.
As for the test’s results, the Galaxy S10 Plus boasted a single-core score of 3413 and a multi-core score of 10256.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Benchmark Confirmed Snapdragon 855 and 6 Gb of RAM
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus would come out on February 20th, this year, during two separate events, one in San Francisco, in the US, and another in London, in the UK. Along with the anniversary Galaxy S10 series, Samsung would also roll out its first folding smartphone, the Galaxy F.
Now, thanks to a benchmark test, we have the confirmation that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus would boast a Snapdragon 855, the new high-end SoC made by Qualcomm, and 6 Gb of RAM.
That contradicts rumors that were saying the S10 Plus would come with 8 or 10 Gb of RAM. But there could be the rumored Galaxy S10 Special Edition to boast additional RAM.
As for the other technical specs, we know, thanks to some rumors and leaks, that Galaxy S10 would come with an in-display fingerprint sensor, USB-C port, up to 512GB of internal storage, and, possibly, a powerful battery. It would also run Android 9 Pie with Samsung’s OneUI customization, undoubtedly.
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