In about three months, we’re going to known Samsung’s next big thing in the form of three devices under the Galaxy S10 line. The trio of smartphones is expected to go live during the MWC 2019, and of course, a lot of leaks and rumors are popping out before the release.
The latest piece of information comes from an HTML5 browser benchmark test that reveals some interesting details about the most expensive version – Galaxy S10 Plus and the most affordable one – Galaxy S10 Lite.
Model numbers for these devices have also been confirmed in this leak – SM-G970F for the Lite variant and SM-G975F for the Plus model. The results of the benchmark list the screen resolution of the S10 Lite model to 360 x 760, which can be converted into 1080 x 2280 pixels resolution, resulting in a 19:9 aspect ratio. The S10 Lite scored 514 out of 555 points during the tests.
For the Plus-sized variant, however, the listing reveals a 412 x 869, which can be converted into 1440 x 3040 px – meaning that a QHD+ AMOLED panel will be equipped in the premium variant of the Galaxy S10 trio.
Curiously, the Plus variant achieved a less impressive result with 499 out of 555 points. This puts the Galaxy S10 Lite in the front of its premium counterpart, at least when it comes to the HTML5 reading performance. That’s probably because both units are just development units and are running an unfinished version of the software.