Samsung S10 shows impressive Geekbench results
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has surfaced in a test at the well-known benchmark site Geekbench. The still unannounced Samsung flagship posted a solid score.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has shown itself on Geekbench along with specifications of the device. from that we could deduce that the name is the European version of the phone. Samsung has for years used to launch its phone with two different chipsets, and for this year that would be the new Snapdragon 855 together with the Exynos 9820. The latter is more than likely intended for Europe.
Geekbench 4 benchmark
The results of the European Galaxy S10 are remarkable, because the device with its 8 nanometer Exynos 9820 a strong single-core performance with a score of 4382. Benchmarks of devices with the Snapdragon 855 previously showed scores that vary between 3400 and 3600 points.
The high-end Exynos chipsets traditionally score stronger in single-core performance, because the Exynos 9810 already performed pretty well compared to the chipset from Qualcomm. Our benchmark results point to a score of 3769 for the Samsung Galaxy S9 +.
If we take the multi-core score, then the S10 also shows good figures, but this time they are more in line with expectations. The unit scores a score of 9570, while our S9 + 9094 achieved in Geekbench 4.