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Samsung Galaxy S10 Beats Mate 20 Pro In AnTuTu Benchmarks; Falls Short Of iPhone XS’ Score

A number of SoCs are being rumored, and are slated for release since the past few days, with a number of benchmarks surfacing to support the same. With manufacturers incorporating new manufacturing processes, and introducing dedicated neural processing engines for AI-based tasks, there is intense competition in the flagship segment of all mobile SoCs. Amidst all this, a benchmark of Samsung’s upcoming flagship processor, the 8nm Exynos 9820 which will be present in the Galaxy S10+ has been spotted on AnTuTu’s database.

The Exynos 9820 was announced earlier this month, and boasts a dedicated neural processing unit, 20% more single core performance as compared to its predecessor, and 40% more power efficiency. While there was no information regarding the device on which the 9820 will make its debut on, it seems like we’ve finally some information regarding the same with AnTuTu’s database revealing that the S10+ will be featuring the Exynos 9820.

The benchmark was posted by Twitter user Ice Universe and it reveals that the S10+ scores a whopping 325,076 on the benchmarking platform, which easily beats the Huawei P20 Pro’s score of 273,295 but falls short of the  the iPhone XS, which tops AnTuTu’s rankings with a score of 352,405. While the score is pretty good, it still falls short of the upcoming Snapdragon 855/8150’s leaked score, 362,292. The S10+ will likely launch with a Snapdragon variant as well in some regions and that should give its score a good boost and that variant should easily surpass the XS as well.

Speaking of the spec, the device is known as the SM-G975F, has a 6.4-inch display of 2280x1080px resolution and is powered by an 8nm Exynos 9820 chipset with 6GBs of RAM and 128GB of on-board storage. However, according to analysts, a larger and more powerful variant of the S10 should also be released, with a 6.7-inch display, and 12GBs of RAM.

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