Samsung 10th anniversary brings thankful surprises, Galaxy S10, and S10+ which are respectively succeeding Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. But, Are they really more powerful or Will it be a helpful upgrade for performance? Let’s take the help of benchmarking reports to know how much the Galaxy S10 family is more efficient than Galaxy S9 members. And which one is a lucky draw to grab the first position.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus are powered by Exynos 9820 chipset of 8nm, Octa-core processor of Cortex-A75 with up to 2.7GHz clock rate, and Mali-G76 MP12 GPU. On the other side, Galaxy S9 and S9+ armed with Exynos 9810 SoC of less powerful 10nm, Octa-core 2.7GHz processor but Cortex-A55 level, and Mali-G72 MP18 GPU. Let’s see how these numbers affect the performance so far.
Note: Here is, though, we showed the Samsung S family Exynos models test, but the Snapdragon-powered devices offered similar results.
Geekbench Single-core Test: The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus passed the single-core benchmarking with 3,751 and 3,771 scores respectively. However, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ showed an upward trend line for single-core performance by achieving 4,550 and 4,553 scores respectively. You can see the chart below.
Geekbench Multi-core Test: The last year’s Galaxy S9 and S9+ attained 8,830 and 8,883 scores as multi-core benchmarking results. The Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, however, received higher 10,500 and 10,521 scores for multi-core performance.
AnTuTu Scores: Now, we have to select the best one for smooth and ever fastest performance in the Galaxy S lineup. For this purpose, we use to calculate the overall performance scores by AnTuTu v7, the latest benchmark. Samsung S9 got 250,153 AnTuTu scores that are stunning but can’t compete with the Samsung S9+ achieved 326,185 scores. But, all these are obsolete in front of the Galaxy S10 which obtained 340,300 AnTuTu scores. Besides the entire S family, AnTuTu awarded 340,345 scores to the Galaxy S10 Plus that proved itself as the most powerful one.