Over the Last week, the Samsung Galaxy S10 has leaked like hot cakes. A leak for the upcoming device’s indicates that we’ll get three smartphones following month. Among the Device will be an entry-level version that is dubbed as the Galaxy S10e in many reports. We’ve got some info unofficial and official sources about smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Benchmark Shows Improved Multi-Core Performance Of Exynos 9820
Earlier today, a benchmark for the Exynos 9820 eventually gave us some fantastic news for the chip’s multi-core performance. The processor scores 4,472 points in the single-core tests of GeekBench and in multi-core test, it managed to get 10,387 points. This is a good gain from compared to another benchmark of processor that shows disappointing 9,570 multi-core score.
Now, we have got another Exynos 9820 benchmark that also paints a worrying picture for the processor’s multi-core performance. As we get nearer to the Galaxy S10 lineup launching, Samsung is busy analyzing the upcoming gadgets and making the necessary adjustments. That said, another standard score for the Exynos 9820 reveals a 3248 single-core and 7999 multi-core scores.
The Exynos 9820 is currently powering the Galaxy S10 Plus in this evaluation of Samsung, and this gadget will be available in the European and Korean markets. These scores don’t put to rest concerns for the forthcoming’s Exynos’ performance in a time when Qualcomm and Apple are currently progressing fast with their chips.
WiFi 6 And Reverse Wireless Charging
Following the trend set by Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro, Samsung may be introducing Reverse Wireless charging in Galaxy S10 Plus. Not just that many reports suggest that Samsung Galaxy S10+ will have a triple camera setup. Furthermore, the S10 smartphones will also be featuring WiFi 6 for their American and Chinese variants. WiFi 6 will allow these smartphones to support data rates of up to 10Gbps, operate on the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies and improve battery life.
Through time Samsung’s Galaxy S brand has gone through several transformations, the most important of which happened on the Galaxy S6 and S6+ when Samsung switched into a metal build. Since that time, it has been a ride although the smartphone started with flair but didn’t in terms of earning during the year.
Will the S10 lineup be different? Samsung’s new Infinity-O screen panels and ultrasonic fingerprint recognition will provide the smartphone with an incredible advantage over their competitors. As to whether we will also find a 5G enabled Galaxy S10 later this month, do not hold your breath. At best, this apparatus will start in 2019. Your Thoughts?
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