Samsung Galaxy S10+ with 12GB RAM reaches impressive benchmark scores

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We revealed information’s about the specifications of the Galaxy S10 trio few days ago. In our previous post, we said that the Galaxy S10+ with 12GB RAM and 1TB will be the premium version of the device. Now, that version have ran a couple of benchmarks. A device with a model name SM-G975F was listed in AnTuTu and Geekbench and that is the exact model of the S10+ which is the global version of the device. The result it reached was very high for such an android device.

If you compare the result with the Galaxy S9 result of last year, you will see that its single core is 20% higher than that of S9. It is also a huge improvement with the way its multiple cores moved steadily at 9000 – a record that can only be matched by a Kirin 980 chipset in the benchmark – dedicated “performance” mode.

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The device got a 326,185-final score from AnTuTu which includes CPU, GPU, UI and memory test. The Nubia Red Magic was way ahead every other device with an impressive score of 320,000 when the Chinese benchmark revealed its monthly top 10 fastest android smartphone for the month. We hope that there will be a newer contender for the post when the Galaxy S10+ is launched on February 20.

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