Samsung Galaxy S10 will also be available this year in two configurations: one with a Snapdragon chipset built by Qualcomm in the United States and China and with an Exynos chipset in other countries. It appears that the Qualcomm version has already landed in the hands of a person very much interested with the performances because the SM-G975U model is already listed in the Geekbench database.
So, now we have a clue about the performances of the Galaxy S10 version that will be present in the United States.
The Geekbench test reports a single core score of 3.413 points and a multi-core score of 10.256 points ( better scores than the Huawei Mate 20, the most powerful Android smartphone on the market right now ). While the multi-core performance of the Snapdragon 855 seems to be significantly higher than the previous model, Snapdragon 845, the differences are smaller for single-core performance. Even the Exynos 9810 chipset provides similar scores.
The Geekbench test also reveals the fact that the Galaxy S10 smartphone will come with 6 GB of RAM memory and the basic frequency of the Snapdragon 855 processor is 1.78 GHZ, most likely because of slower cores as in official specifications Qualcomm has presented values close to 3.0 GHz.
This test doesn’t however reveal everything. Because we’re dealing with a smartphone that is not currently on the market and will only be officially presented in about one month from now, the operating system is most likely not 100% finished and optimized. There is the possibility for the final Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone to be more advanced. Also, we still don’t know how it compares to the Snapdragon 955 and with the Exynos chipsets of this year.