Samsung Galaxy S10+ with 12GB RAM shows up on AnTuTu benchmark
Almost everything about the Galaxy S10 Lineup is already out, and if you are following the leaks, then you know that the Samsung Galaxy S10+ also has the most expensive variant with 12GB RAM and 1TB internal storage. Today, the same variant showed up on the AnTuTu benchmark which once again confirmed that it is launching and is not a rumor.
As the image above shows, the Samsung SM-G975F (Samsung Galaxy S10+) showed up on the AnTuTu benchmark recently and this listing reveals that there is 12GB RAM and 1TB storage. Still, this is not the first phone with 12GB RAM, and in December last year, Lenovo Z5 Pro GT was announced with up to 12GB RAM. Also, the Galaxy S10+ is not the first phone to have 1TB internal storage as last year, the Smartisan R1 launched in China with the same.
There is nothing unique in terms of the internals as they are the same as normal Galaxy S10+ variants. So, there is Exynos 9820 processor, Mali-G76 GPU, 12GB RAM, 1TB ROM etc. The display is mentioned with a resolution of 2280 x 1080, but we know that the Galaxy S10+ has a QHD+ display (Though the resolution can be changed via the settings).
The AnTuTu score is around 326K which is more than what the 7nm Kirin 980 scores but still, it is lower than the Snapdragon 855’s.