Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus appears on Geekbench


Galaxy S10

Samsung will hold its 19th annual product launch on February 21st where it is expected to release its annual flagship series, Galaxy S10 series. In continuation of its usual large-screen dual flagship strategy, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will have the largest display. Today, the first ever real live image of this smartphone appeared online showing its punch-hole dual front camera. Recently, the running score of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has appeared on Geekbench and its results were consistent with a smartphone powered by the new Snapdragon 855 SoC.

According to the Geekbench database, the chip identification code “msmnile” and the 8-core, 1.78 GHz frequency suggests that this smartphone uses Qualcomm’s latest mobile platform, Snapdragon 855. In addition, it comes with 6GB of RAM and runs on Android 9 Pie system. In terms of running points, the Geekbench database showed a single-core score of 3413 points and a multi-core score of 10256 points. These scores are consistent with the Snapdragon 855.

From previous speculations, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is expected to use the Infinity-O screen without a notch and with an on-screen ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.

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