The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is upon us, and a quick search in our News section shows you that a lot of information (or rather all three) has already been posted about it. However, until we can hold one in our hands, every little detail is welcome, and the last is a GeekBench score from the Exynos 9820 version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 +.
You will soon realize that this is not the first GeekBench list: There was the premiere of a Snapdragon S10 +, then a few weeks ago, an Exynos Samsung Galaxy S10 was seen. However, this last entry shows an improvement in performance, which is only natural when the software approaches its final state.
A brief comparison shows that this Samsung Galaxy S10 + has multicore results that are 9% higher than those of the previous Samsung Galaxy S10. As a result, the Exynos version can not only catch up with Snapdragon 855, but even let it pass about 100 points – a difference that’s usually insignificant, but it excites Exynos fans.
The Exynos 9820 version was already significantly more powerful in the single-core test than in the Snapdragon version, but the last result is slightly better.
With so little time left before the Samsung Galaxy S10 becomes official, we can expect these results to be the results we would get from the final units. Still, it would not hurt to wait a few more weeks before getting a verdict.