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The Galaxy S10+ is already flexing its muscles on AnTuTu

Update: Benchmark comparison between Snapdragon and Exynos

It is only a matter of weeks before the future Galaxy 10s are officially unveiled by Samsung (probably at the next MWC). In the meantime, the smartphone is unveiling itself a little more every day on the web. This time the Galaxy S10+ is flexing its muscles on the famous AnTuTu benchmark test.

A few weeks after it was announcement by Samsung, the new Exynos 9820 processor that will equip the brand's future flagships was subjected to performance tests. According to the famous leaker Ice Universe on Twitter, the Galaxy S10+ equipped with this SoC was measured on AnTuTu.

The device identified under its model number SM-G975F thus shows its power. The Galaxy S10+ has an excellent score of 325,076 points, which compares to Huawei's latest flagship, the Mate 20 Pro, and its 309,628 points. However, the iPhone XS continues to lead the smartphone market with a very good score of 358,091 points.

A nice spec sheet

As expected, the Galaxy S10+ features a graphic chip ARM Mali-G76 and 6 GB of RAM. The smartphone also has a 6.4-inch borderless display with a resolution of 2280 × 1080 pixels and 128 GB of storage, while the photo shows a 12 MP sensor at the back and a 10 MP front camera.

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The Samsung Galaxy S10 display might have a hole. Weibo

Exynos vs Snapdragon

As is now typical with Samsung devices, American users will get an S series flagship with a Snapdragon chipset and European users will have an Exynos chip. Now according to the results of a first benchmark test, the Snapdragon 855 is superior to the Exynos 9820 on the future Galaxy S10+.

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The Snapdragon is in the lead. AnTuTuTu © AnTuTu

The Exynos chip got a score of 325,067 points and the Snapdragon chip got 343,051 points. In both cases, the scores are great, so don't be too hasty to draw your conclusions just yet. It's important to remember that benchmark results have theoretical value, but in every day use you will probably not notice any difference. This is also the first test, so more conclusive results will follow in the future. In short, let us remain patient.

As a reminder, Samsung is expected to present its Galaxy S10+ this February at the Mobile World Congress. However, there might be more surprises in stock, such as the presentation of a Lite model or a premium version (S10 Beyond X).

Are you looking forward to the Galaxy S10+? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Benchmarks today are the classic case of 6 year olds saying mine is better than yours.
    For uber geeks, but for the general population that uses these things, 99% of users won't even APPROACH the processing limit with these things. They are fast enough, and have been almost since the advent of the 801 chip.


    • Mark
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      2 days ago Link to comment

      I agree completely. My note 4 still runs every thing except the most graphics demanding games. It still runs them just not well.


  • Did I understand correctly, that it can barely top previous generation Android and still lose by big margin to previous iPhone? I wouldn't call it an excellent score


  • Mark
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    1 week ago Link to comment

    If this phone does not live up to all the hype it could really damage Samsung. I think they are over hyping it and it could cost them. Just give me a solidly built phone with removable battery and a headphone jack. skip all the gimmicks and hype please Samsung. I just want another Note 4 with up to date specs.


    • Yes, the Note 4 was the last proper Samsung phone. I said a few years ago that nobody in their right mind would operate one of these all glass wonders without a case. So it wouldn't matter what the back was made of. Not overkeen on these long narrow phones either--the Note 4 being correct in perspective, length x width x height.

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