A new Geekbench listing now reveals that the Exynos 9820-fueled Samsung Galaxy S10+ is more impressive than its fellow variant powered by the Snapdragon 855. The edition which comes with the model number SM-G975F has managed 4,472 points in the single-core test and generated an equally efficient 10,387 points for its multi-core benchmark.
While not infinitely better, the scores of the Exynos 9820-powered Samsung Galaxy S10+ have outperformed its Snapdragon 855 variant. As a refresher, the Snapdragon 855 variant scored 3,413 in the single-core test and drew 10,256 points for its multi-core benchmarking test.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ Rumored Features and Specifications
Based on the recent speculations and leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ may feature a 6.4-inch Infinity-O display with a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels. The heavily-teased display will come with a pill-shaped cutout on the top-right section of the screen, housing dual cameras. As it is, the smartphone is also expected to sport thinner bezels than that of its predecessor.
The latest leaks and renders associated with the Samsung Galaxy S10+ also reveal that the smartphone will pack a triple-camera setup. For now, it's rumored that the setup will comprise of 13MP + 12MP + 16MP camera sensors. Other speculated camera features are the High Dynamic Range Mode, Continuous Shooting mode, phase detection autofocus, and digital zooming.
In terms of storage, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is tipped to come with a base 6GB/128GB variant. The latter is reportedly going to be expandable to up to 400GB.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is also expected to draw its power from a large 4,000mAh battery. Expect this variant to ship off with the latest Android 9.0 Pie.
Alongside the vanilla Samsung Galaxy S10, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is also slated to arrive with a new edition – the Samsung Galaxy S10e or the Lite variant – on February 20 at Samsung's Galaxy UNPACKED event.