We are about a month away from Samsung’s yearly grand Unpacked event where they would announce the Galaxy S10. No wonder then that the Galaxy S10 has begun showing up benchmark sites now.
We recently discovered the Galaxy S10 Lite on Geekbench, and today, we spotted the Galaxy S10 Plus on the same benchmarking website. Dubbed SM-G975U, this has to be the US variant of the S10, powered by Snapdragon 855 processor (codename msmnile).
The benchmark scores of the Galaxy S10 are pretty impressive, as they should be: the device scores 3,413 points in the single-core tests, while in the multi-core tests, the S10 Plus is scoring whopping 10,256 points.
Samsung is totally revamping the Galaxy S lineup with the S10, its 10nth anniversary Galaxy S device, and it may feature a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O display with QUAD HD+ resolution featuring punch-hole camera design, Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 processor, 6/8GB RAM, Triple camera setup at the back and two selfie cameras on the front, 128/512 GB storage, all powered by Android 9 Pie topped with One UI.