The phone scored an impressive 10256 on Multi Core Benchmark and 3413 on Single Core.
Samsung Galaxy S10+ on Geekbench
Here’s a screenshot of Galaxy S10+’s Geekbench listing:-
The phone is listed with it’s model number, i.e., Samsung SM-G975U. It’s obvious that for it’s flagship, it would go with the current top Processor. So, it was known a long back that Galaxy S10s would use Snapdragon 855.
The Geekbench listing reveals the Motherboard (SoC) to be “msnmile.” We learned earlier that, this is infact the Snapdragon 855 that was announced in December 2018.
The Memory field says 5380MB. This, on paper means 6GB RAM. Snapdragon 855, though can support upto 16GB RAM (on paper). So, it seems the Geekbench Benchmark was ran on the 6GB varaint.
We can expect to see many more Memory variants. I hope to see a 12GB RAM variant on phones with Snapdragon 855, at the least.
Samsung, this year is planning to take it’s superiority back in the smartphone industry from rivals like OnePlus, Xiaomi, etc. The budget Galaxy M series, to be launched on 28th January, is a step towards that. This year, a lot is going to depend on the pricing strategies company take.