The launch of Samsung's most-awaited Galaxy S series phones this year is around the corner and we are hearing reports about their plan to come up with three or four new models this time around. For a change, Samsung is also expected to announce an economical Lite version. While Samsung Galaxy S10 is likely to provide users with 6GB of RAM and Android 9.0 Pie software out of the box. As per the leaked benchmark listing, the handset would be powered by Exynos 9820 chipset.
New scores have reportedly emerged suggesting that at least two models will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. Similarly, Samsung Galaxy S10+ is expected to offer two variants: the one with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and another featuring Exynos 9820 SoC. Like always, Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 variant should be limited to global markets including the US whereas in markets like India, Samsung is expected to bring the Exynos variant.
According to leaked benchmark scores, Samsung Galaxy S10 with Exynos 9820 processor scores 4382 in single-core and 9570 in multi-core test. On the contrary, Samsung Galaxy S10+ with Exynos 9820 processor scores 3248 in single-core and 7999 in multi-core test. As we can see, benchmark scores of the non-plus variant are higher as compared to Samsung Galaxy S10+.
In related news, Samsung Galaxy S10+ could be the world’s first commercially available smartphone with whopping 12GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage. As we noted earlier, The only other commercially available smartphone to feature 12GB of RAM is Lenovo Z5 Pro GT. However, it ends up offering 512GB internal storage. Lest we forget, Lenovo Z5 Pro GT is yet to become commercially available to purchase at the moment yet, and even if it goes on sale anytime soon, the chances are that it will be limited to the China market.