Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and S10 Plus benchmarks appear
The Galaxy S10 trio is expected to go live in about three months during 2019's MWC in Barcelona and as we get closer to that date, the rumor mill starts spinning faster and faster. The latest piece of information comes from an HTML5 browser benchmark test that reveals some small tidbits about the most expensive version - the Galaxy S10 Plus and the most affordable one, the Galaxy S10 Lite.
The model numbers of both handsets check out - SM-G970 for the Lite version and SM-G975 for the Plus-sized variant. The results from the test lists the screen resolution of the S10 Lite as 360 x 760, which translates into 1080 x 2280 pixels resolution with a 19:9 aspect ratio.
As for the Plus model, the listing says it has a 412 x 869, which means it's actually a 1440 x 3040 px - tall QHD+ resolution.
Interestingly enough, we see that the Galaxy S10 Lite scored better in the HTML5Test, but that's probably because both units are still in the developing phase.
- HTML5.3 CSS4 JS 2018
- 22 Dec 2018
"Interestingly enough, we see that the Galaxy S10 Lite scored better in the HTML5Test, but that's probably because both units are still in the developing phase." Because they also use different browser? -_-
- 21 Dec 2018
They rely on cloud based storage, only reason I stayed away from Pixel phone 2 years ago.
- 21 Dec 2018
Pixel 3 lite has only 32gb internal storage, no option for memory card.