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Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 could have a slightly higher AnTuTu score than Mate 20 Pro

Huawei Nova 5T
Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the current king of AnTuTu due to its powerful 7nm Kirin 980 processor. But, Samsung aims to beat it with the use of the Galaxy S10 next year.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 could have a slightly higher AnTuTu score than Mate 20 Pro
Exynos 9

The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be powered by the 8nm Exynos 9820 octa-core processor. It has a tri-cluster CPU, dedicated NPU, Mali-G76 MP12 GPU, and up to 2Gbps of 4G+ LTE speeds.

Samsung claimed that it can deliver up to 20 percent single-core and 15 percent multi-core performance gain versus their old 10nm chip.

A bit faster than Mate 20 Pro?

The AnTuTu score
The AnTuTu score

Based on the first reveal of its AnTuTu benchmark scores, the Exynos 9820 that will power the Galaxy S10 and S10+ is a bit more powerful than the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

It clocked a score of 325,076. It is a bit higher than the 309,628 average score of the Mate 20 Pro. The 15,448 difference in score could not have a significant effect in real-life scenes though.

The AnTuTu benchmark also confirmed some of the key specs of the possible Galaxy S10. It'll come with a screen 2280 x 1080 resolution, 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM, and Android 9 Pie OS. Interestingly, the resolution is lower than than the resolution of the current S9 phones.

If the trend will continue, Samsung is expected to launch the new Galaxy flagships this late February and they could arrive mid or late March.

What do you guys think?

Source: AnTuTu
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