Samsung Galaxy S10+ with Exynos 9820 beats out Snapdragon 855 and Kirin 980 on Geekbench but trails behind Apple's A12 Bionic
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MySmartPrice has published Geekbench scores found for the SM-G975F variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10+, and the upcoming flagship smartphone seems to have done very well. By scoring 4,472 and 10,387 points in the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively, the device has shown with this particular benchmark that it can beat out some of its closest rivals.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 found in another variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10+, the SM-G975U, scored 3,413 in the single-core test and 10,256 points in the multi-core test. So it seems the Exynos 9820 has left the SD 855 trailing in the dust in the single-core benchmark. The HiSilicon Kirin 980 in the Huawei Mate 20 Pro also lags behind this latest Samsung entry, scoring 3,330 in the single-core test and achieving a multi-core score of 9,778.
However, Apple’s A12 Bionic chip still rules the roost at Geekbench. The A12 in the iPhone XS smartphone scored a massive 4,797 points in the single-core test and an impressive 11,267 points in the multi-core test. The only SoC that has beaten these scores in Geekbench’s current iOS rankings is the Apple A12X variant found in the 11-inch iPad Pro and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (both 2018). The latter device scored an amazing 17,932 points in the multi-core benchmark.