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Galaxy S10+ 12GB RAM contributes to all time high bench-marking scores

17 February 2019 2

As the world awaits the launch of upcoming Samsung’s 10th-anniversary flagship device in the shape of Galaxy S10 and its variants, we’re experiencing ever-increasing rumors and speculations roaming around. Ranging from the leaked banners suggesting the presence of 3.5mm headphone jack, exclusive images showcasing on-screen cut-out for selfie camera.


Just recently, we also found out detailed specs sheet of the device where Galaxy S10+ to rock 12GB along with 1TB internal storage. Now that same phone was seen on popular benchmarking websites like AnTuTu and Geekbench. The model number SM-G975F which refers to the global variant of the device achieved extraordinary results comparing to other Android smartphones in the same flagship category. Galaxy S10+ offers 20 percent higher performance of a single-core compared to Galaxy S9+ that was launched last year. Likewise, multiple cores achieved a score over 9000.

Such a score was earlier achieved by Kirin 980 SoC and that on ‘performance mode’ too. The final score that the much-talked device achieved was 326,185 which showcases performance of CPU, GPU, UI and test device’s memory. Earlier, devices like Nubia Red Magic Mars achieved a score of 320,000 though once Galaxy S10+ becomes a reality, we would have a new king to rule them all.

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(last update 15 November 2019 @ 07:03)

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