Samsung's Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus Benchmark Scores Revealed


Samsung is expected to launch its next-generation of Galaxy S line on the 20th of February. The model on the left is the standard Galaxy S10, while the biggest unit is the Galaxy S10+. Apart from adopting Samsungs new Infinity O-display, various leaks have indicated that the series might be ditching the fingerprint scanner on the rear for an in-screen sensor.

The Galaxy S10 train might not stop there. Both the handsets will be coming with a triple camera setup on the back that includes one variable aperture camera, a telephoto lens and also a wide-angle lens which will be giving high-quality images. The Galaxy S10E and Galaxy S10+ are also expected to arrive during that event, and maybe even the Galaxy S10X aka Galaxy S10 X, even though that model is rumored to arrive at a later date, more on that later.

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You can see in the renders, the punch-hole front facing cameras of the S10E and S10, plus the dual front camera on the larger model. The Exynos 9820 had 4,382 single-core score and a 9,570 multi-core score, placing it well ahead of most Android phones. Rumours suggest a Snapdragon 855 processor with a choice of 8GB or 12GB of RAM and up to a massive 1TB of on-board storage. We assume it may be there for the Galaxy S10+ as well. Based on preliminary reports, Samsung is said to use an ultra-sonic in-display fingerprint sensor, which is said to be more accurate than the optical ones being used in smartphones these days.

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