Samsung Galaxy S10+ with Exynos 9820 beats Kirin 980 on AnTuTu
Samsung announced the 8nm Exynos 9820 processor a couple of weeks back, and there is no doubt that next year’s flagships like the Galaxy S10 series, the Galaxy Note 10, etc. will be powered by the same chipset. The 9820 has a custom 4th generation CPU, improved NPU and more that make it the most powerful processor ever made by Samsung.
Today, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ with the model number SM-G975F (Galaxy S9+ has the model number SM-G965F) showed up on AnTuTu benchmark. The AnTuTu scores of the 8nm Exynos 9820 are surprisingly better than the 7nm Kirin 980 that powers the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ runs on Android Pie out of the box and has the Mali-G76 GPU. The variant that showed up on AnTuTu has 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. Surprisingly, the display is mentioned as a Full-HD+ panel with a resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels. We are sure that Samsung won’t step down from the Quad-HD+ panel that we saw in previous generations.
The phone scored 325,076 on AnTuTu, which, compared to the score of Mate 20 Pro having the Kirin 980 (309,628). Still, the Exynos 9820 cannot defeat the upcoming Snapdragon 8150 that scores an impressive score of 362,292 on AnTuTu and beats even the A12 Bionic from Apple.
Finally, there are also reports that Samsung is all set to launch a high-end variant of the Galaxy S10 with 12GB RAM.