The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus AnTuTu Benchmark is out, ahead of the device’s official launch. And this variant has a whopping 12GB of RAM, and 1TB of storage. Welcome to the future that is now.
The Galaxy S10 scored 326185 points in the benchmark. Is that impressive?
AnTuTu recently revealed the top 10 best performing phones of January 2019, and the device which took the crown there was the Huawei Mate 20 with a score 303,903.
The Mate 20 is powered by the Kirin 980 processor, and is in fact the only phone to score above the 300k threshold. Compared to that, the Galaxy S10 Plus Benchmark result which is over 22k points ahead, seems pretty darn impressive.
Though it is still behind when compared to Apple’s phones, the iPhone XS which has a benchmark score of 358,317. The leaked Galaxy S10 Geekbench benchmark revealed a similar result.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus AnTuTu Benchmark also re-confirms some of the device’s tech specs. So, here’s a brief recap.
Tech Specs from the Galaxy S10 Plus AnTuTu Benchmark
- Display: Full HD+ 2280 x 1080 pixels
- Operating System: Android 9.0 Pie
- Processor: Exynos 9820
- GPU: Mali-G76
- Memory: 12GB RAM
- Storage: 1TB
We are just 5 days away from the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, stay tuned for more leaks and news about the device.