Samsung Galaxy S10+ stops by Geekbench with Snapdragon 855

Ro, 16 January 2019

We are a little over a month away from February 20 when Samsung's trio of flagships will debut. It's plus sized member however couldn't resist the temptation of swinging by Geekbench early and taking its new Snapdragon 855 chipset for a test drive.

The score sheet reveals a rather modest performance bump in multi-core performance compared to the previous Snapdragon 845 SoC but still beats Huawei's Kirin 980. Single-core performance, however, is seeing some larger gains even if it's still short of Samsung's Exynos 9810 chip from last year. However we'd advise against reading too much into these scores as they come from units with non-final software and can be pretty misleading.

A more interesting but is that the scorecard lists the handset with 6GB of RAM, which contradicts the previous rumors about 8 to 10GB of RAM. It could still be just a third version or the benchmark getting it wrong. We'll know for sure in about a month.

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  • Anonymous

Nope it needs at least 32GB.

Man A12 is insannely fast but when you are in work and have nothing to do just wait for the customers 12 hours of playing games on a cell phone will definitely kills A12. Do it several times in a week and battery can go nuts. Apple battery is n...

  • Anonymous

Agree there. Throttling is the reason why it doesnt beat 845s gpu in antutu or 3dmark where it scores based on sustained performance. If apple had a cooling solution itd also beat adreno too. Im glad they dumped powervr. I hope samsung and huawei als...