Samsung Galaxy S10 Appears On Geekbench With 6GB RAM And Exynos 9820
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is one of the most highly anticipated smartphones of this year along with the Pixel 3 Lite and the new set of iPhones. There has been a lot of speculation regarding the features that the new Samsung flagship will pack, but it seems like a model has appeared on the popular processor benchmarking website, Geekbench.
The Geekbench score of the Samsung Galaxy S10 was first uploaded on January 19 but has now been taken down. Luckily, Nashvillechatterclass was able to grab a screenshot to the same before its takedown.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 registered in the particular listing has 6 GB of RAM and features the Exynos 9820 SoC. However, Samsung is also expected to launch higher RAM capacity variants of the device. The Geekbench listing also reveals the smartphone runs on the latest Android 9.0 Pie and its CPU has a base frequency of 1.95 GHz.
More details about the Exynos 9820 SoC can be found on Samsung’s website. The company’s website reveals that the chipset is fabricated using 8 nm FinFET technology and features an Octa-Core CPU along with the Mali-G76 MP12 GPU. The Octa-Core CPU consists of quad A55 cores, dual A75 cores and two high-performance custom cores. The webpage of the chipset also exhibits that it uses the high-speed LPDDR4x RAM.
Previously Leaked Features
Few praiseworthy features of the Galaxy S10 have previously leaked. The Galaxy S10 will feature an edge-to-edge display with punch hole selfie cameras. To keep up with the latest trend in smartphone unlocking technology, it also has an under display fingerprint sensor. A leak claimed that the under display fingerprint sensor of the Galaxy S10 does not work with a screen protector. However, Samsung will only clarify this at the time of the device’s official launch.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Launch Date
The Samsung Galaxy S10 along with the foldable phone is set to be unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked event which is scheduled for 20 February. The company will hold two simultaneous launch events which will take place in San Francisco and London.