Thursday , March 4 2021

Galaxy S10 lets the muscles play





Only one week after the presentation shows the first-time chipset Exynos 9820 built on the Samsung Galaxy S10, as much power he has: In a first benchmark test, he puts the 980 Kirin in the pocket, but does not run to Apples A12 .

Samsung: Galaxy S10 lets the muscles play

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Only one week after the presentation shows the first-time chipset Exynos 9820 built on the Samsung Galaxy S10, as much power he has: In a first benchmark test, he puts the 980 Kirin in the pocket, but does not run to Apples A12 .

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Hardly anyone can doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will count on one of the most powerful smartphones. The result of a benchmark test could now give a first indication of where the Galaxy S10 (Plus) will be featuring the high-end chipset Exynos 9820 officially featured on the top-of-the-box smartphones already available earlier this week. In an overview of an already completed test run at AnTuTu, the Galaxy S10 Plus listed below the code name SM-G975 is proud of 325.076 points.

With this value, the alleged Galaxy S10 Plus pretends the predecessor Galaxy S9 Plus with Exynos 9810 by almost 80,000 points (244,694), and the Huawei Mate 20 Pro just released with Kirin 980, which made it in our tests to a maximum of 296,406 points (standard Mode only 256.763 points). Only the latest Apple smartphones with A12 Bionic are faster, our determined AnTuTu score of the iPhone XS Max is at 363,573 counters.

The listed findings of the Samsung smartphone with Exynos 9820 are, in the meanwhile, interesting because they should also give up a performance tune for Qualcomms Highend chipset. The next week's Snapdragon 8150 designated successor for Snapdragon 845 is expected to be built into the units of the Galaxy S10 sold in Asia and the USA – and will be back in parts of Samsung.

Exynos 9820 is an 8-nm chipset with Octa core processor with tri-cluster architecture: A dual-core processor based on Samsung's own mongoose design, another based on ARM's Cortex A75 and a four-core on the Cortex-A55. In addition to a neural processor for KI calculations, the chip has a Mali G72 MP12 on board, in the Galaxy S10 Plus, according to the AnTuTu data, 6 GB RAM and 128 GB memory will be installed. However, the memory equipment could still change Samsung until release.

It is striking that the display resolution is displayed. The 2,280 x 1,080 pixels do not match any aspect of Samsung's aspect ratio, which displays 18.5: 9 infinity displays in full HD resolution of 2,220 x 1,080 pixels. Consequently, the screen – if the benchmarks seldom accurately captured – would be slightly longer than that of the predecessor. The new Inifnity displays that Samsung only launched shortly in the beginning of November, with the exception of position and shape of the camera recess, have no information yet – one of them may also be used in the Galaxy S10.

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