Serial leaker Ice Universe (@Universeice) recently posted a screenshot of an AnTuTu benchmark supposedly belonging to the yet-to-be announced Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. Not only that, the benchmark sheet also says that the phone will be using an Exynos 9820 SoC. Along with a healthy 6GB of RAM.
According to the tweet, the Galaxy S10 Plus, under the codename SM-G975F, gained a total score of 325076 on the AnTuTu benchmark. Making it the fastest – if not the most powerful – Android smartphone in existence.
The Exynos 9820 SoC is Samsung’s upcoming top-of-the-line mobile chipset. Designed to rival Qualcomm’s own upcoming Snapdragon 8150 SoC. It features an octa-core CPU that run in a 2+2+4 configuration, and also features a powerful Mali-G76 GPU with 12 EU. The Exynos 9820 is also the first Samsung-based chipset to be fitted with an Neural Processing Unit (NPU), giving the ability to perform AI-specific tasks on the fly.
This is the first score（325076） of the Galaxy S10+, using the Exynos9820 processor from AnTuTu Bemchmark. pic.twitter.com/IRYlAvtVgL
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 27, 2018
Another couple of things to note is the phone’s listed display resolution, which is listed at 2280 x 1080. As pointed out by sources, it would be weird if this were the actual resolution for the Galaxy S10 Plus. Considering that the current Galaxy S9 Plus has a maximum display resolution of 2960 x 1440.
Rumours about the Galaxy S10 Plus has been abound of late. This includes the phone’s top-end variant housing six cameras, a ceramic body, and even Samsung’s Infinity-O display. In any case, Samsung has not released any official statement on the matter. As always, we do advise you to take this news with a large pinch of salt.