Geekbench confirmed a Galaxy S10 Plus with 12GB RAM and flagship Android 9 Pie
Before most smartphones are released to the consumer market they are analysed by a software from Geekbench which is usually made available as a report in Geekbench website. One of such recent report is the analysis of a Samsung model with 12GB of RAM.
As you can see in the screen shoot of the report, the Samsung phone is code name, Samsung SM-G975F which is certainly the Galaxy S10 Plus according to sources online. The smartphone has a single-core score of 4450 and a multi-core score of 9753.
This Galaxy S10 Plus will be preloaded with Android 9 Pie and 12GB of RAM. The report, therefore, confirmed previous leaks that a variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will be packed with 12GB RAM and a 1TB of ROM.
Geekbench report also shows a Samsung Exynos 9820 chipset which will be available to south Korea. But you may also know that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus also has another model with a flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 system on chips.
The phone will use an Octa core processor clocked at 1.95GHz as it is provided by Geekbench. You may have already know that the Samsung Galaxy S10+ will use three rear cameras and two punch hole selfie cameras. The launch date is closer than ever and Samsung will unveil everything we must know about the device. If all this are equal, I should provide the details of the Samsung event in at least one blog post.