There’s a great deal of attention surrounding Samsung’s next release, the Samsung Galaxy S10 and its family of devices. Leaks, so far have revealed a ton of information regarding Samsung’s design choices, features, and variants of the device. What we haven’t seen so far are the benchmarks regarding the Samsung Galaxy S10 and its family of devices.
The first round of Antutu benchmark leaks came in from the official Antutu account over at Weibo where the developers allege what seem to be the specs of the beastly Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. Dubbed as the SM-G975F or as we’ve so far named it, beyond 2, the so-called “Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus” seems to be packing the following specs.
- Samsung Exynos 9820 SoC
- Mali-G76 GPU
- 6GB RAM
- 128GB ROM
- 6.4-inch 2280 x 1080 display
Given the details we’ve managed to derive from the leak, we still have a few points to make out beginning with the resolution of the display. We’re very well aware that there’s no way Samsung has any intentions to pack a 1080p display, that too, with the Samsung Galaxy S10 “Plus”. Samsung’s Galaxy flagships typically run at 1080p out of the box to conserve battery so that’s undoubtedly the case here.
Next, according to the leak, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus would feature 128GB of internal storage. Given that Samsung has made 128GB of internal storage a standard on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, there’s a good chance that the base variant of the Galaxy S10 Plus would come with 128GB worth of internal storage, that too with wicked fast UFS 3.0 speeds. This could very well tell us that Samsung would ditch the 64GB base model of the device for 128GB of internal storage this year.
On top of that, the scores achieved by the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus seem to be lining up with the leaked benchmarks from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150.
There’s a ton of time before we see even more details regarding Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 leak through the cracks and crannies. By the looks of it, this is just the beginning of what’s about to come.