Only a few weeks remain for Samsung to unveil the Galaxy S10 for its 10 year anniversary. Up until now, we’ve learnt quite a lot about the device from each and every model alongside their configuration to the actual design of the device. The S10 is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2019 and would most definitely set the tone for various products from different manufacturers. With great design and innovation comes the actual brain of the device which shall determine the standpoint of the phone amongst others.
Samsung will house the brand new Exynos 9820 chipset for the S10 and the first round of Geekbench scores are here courtesy of Ice Universe. Right off the first glance, we’re looking at a single core score of 4382 with a multi-core score of 9590. Now, given the hype cycling around the release, one would expect benchmark scores way superior to any device available on the market but that doesn’t seem to be the case here. The single core score seems satisfactory but the multicore score does not do justice with what enthusiasts were expecting. The multicore score barely reaches 9600 just shy of an aesthetic score of 10000. Given how a geekbench score by a Xiaomi device codenamed, “Cepheus” was above 10000 seems very discouraging for fans.
Moreover, Apple’s chipset game has been unparalleled to any Android competitor and it seems that even the iPhone X from 2017 has an edge over the latest and greatest from Android when it comes to raw power. Let us not, however, jump to conclusions as this is merely a leaked score that too one of its kind. The Galaxy S10 is sure to come with the Snapdragon 855 and we could expect variable results in the future.