More information about Samsung’s upcoming flagship devices have appeared in the form of a Galaxy S10 Plus benchmark, and a Galaxy S10 Lite benchmark.
According to the HTML5Test benchmark which was spotted by LetsGoDigital, the Galaxy S10 Plus has the model number SM-G975F. This does tally with a previous leak. The S10 Plus benchmark seen here has a score 499 points out of 555 in the browser test.
That’s not all the Galaxy S10 Plus benchmark tells, it reveals that the display size is 412 x 869 pixels, which can be taken as 1440 x 3040 pixels resolution (if you multiply by 3.5). If the display size is 6.4-inches, that means the screen has a pixel density of 525 PPI at an aspect ratio of 19:9.
The Galaxy S10 Lite benchmark says that the phone has a display size of 360 × 760 pixels, which if we assume is a FullHD+ display, will support a screen resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels. The PPI based on the 5.80-inch screen size will be 435 PPI. The device has the model number SM-G970F.
Oddly, the Galaxy S10 Lite outscored the Galaxy S10 Plus benchmark score with 514 points vs. the latter’s 499.
We still have plenty of time left for leaks, before Samsung announces the Galaxy S10 at MWC 2019, in February. Meanwhile, don’t forget to take these leaks with a pinch of salt.