Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus with Exynos 9820 processor has appeared on Geekbench with scores less than the Exynos variant of Galaxy S10.
The Galaxy S10+ phone in the new geekbench listing has 6GB RAM and Android 9 OS just like other S10 series phones seen in Geekbench. The Exynos 9820 processor clocks at 1.95 GHz whereas the Snapdragon 855 has been found to clock at 1.78 GHz.
It is understandable if the Exynos variant of Galaxy S10+ scores lesser than the Qualcomm variant of S10+ because that’s always been the case with most of the Galaxy phones. This new Geekbench listing proves that right yet again, as the Exynos Galaxy S10+ scores less than the one with Snapdragon 855 processor.
But what’s quite disappointing is the fact that both single and multi-core score of Exynos Galaxy S10+, which is the top end model, is considerably lower than its counterpart Galaxy S10. Let’s take a look and compare their Geekbench scores:
|Galaxy S10 Lite||SM-G970U||msmnile||1986||6266|
|Galaxy S10||SM-G973N||Exynos 9820||4382||9570|
|Galaxy S10+||SM-G975U||Exynos 9820||3248||7999|
We already reported in our previous article when we found Galaxy S10 (SM-G973) on Geekbench that its single core score of 4382 is better than that of Galaxy S10+ with 3413 points. But with Exynos S10+, both scores are less than that of S10.
Interestingly, another Exynos variant of Galaxy S10+ with Exynos 9810 has also been found on Geekbench today and the scores are 3353 and 6130 for single and multi core respectively. We are not sure if this listing is for real and the model is in the making.
As of now, we are exactly a month away from the official release of the S10 lineup on February 20. Let’s see what’s in store in the coming days and if there are more listings with similar or better numbers.
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