Samsung Galaxy S10 scores well on Geekbench but iPhone XS still holds the throne

Samsung is ready with the Galaxy S10 launch and has already sent out press invites for the same. The company is now running final tests including benchmarks which just popped up on Geekbench.

According to the Geekbench listing, the Exynos variant of Galaxy S10 will come with Exynos 9820 and will have a base frequency of 1.95GHz. The device will also carry 6 GB of RAM and will come installed with Android Pie. On a single core, Galaxy S10 managed to score a decent 4382 and it managed a multi-core score of 9570. While these stats are impressive, they aren’t enough to beat Apple iPhone XS which currently holds the throne with a score of 4797 on single core and 11265 on multi-core. However, Samsung Galaxy S10 is certainly an upgrade from Galaxy S9 which managed a single core score of 3271 and a multi-core score of 8524.

Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 along with two other variants of Galaxy S10 on February 20th.

Via: Neowin

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