Earlier this week, we received the latest detailed specifications of the Galaxy S10 Trio. The most popular version among these will be the Samsung Galaxy S10+ best edition, with 12GB of RAM, 1TB of internal storage and this precise phone recorded some benchmarks. AnTuTu and Geekbench have listed a device with the model name SM-G975F, which is the global variant of the phone and whose results are extremely high for an Android smartphone.
The single-chip performance is about 20% higher than the result of the Galaxy S9 + a year ago. The multitude of cores consistently above 9000 is also an improvement – a result that can only be achieved with a dedicated “Kirin 980” chipset.
The final result of 326 185 for AnTuTu includes CPU, GPU, UI and memory tests. Earlier this month, the Chinese benchmark released its monthly Top 10 fastest Android smartphones, and the Nubia Red Magic Mars surpassed all others by more than 320,000 points. In February, there will be a new candidate for first place.
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