The Samsung Galaxy S10 + was again spotted in benchmarks. It is displayed with an almost indecent amount of RAM and storage, corroborating previous rumors about it.
12 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage! This is the amount of memory that could have the Samsung Galaxy S10 in its most premium version according to rumors. A model that would cost in the 1600 euros. If this remains to be confirmed, the information is reinforced today with the appearance of new benchmarks of the smartphone in question.
A member of SlashLeaks has indeed spotted a certain SM-G975F (codename assigned to the Galaxy S10 + European) on Geekbench and AnTuTu. In one case as in the other, there is the presence of an Exynos 9820 SoC and 12 GB of RAM. AnTuTu goes a step further in the data sheet also mentioning 1 TB of storage and a definition of 2280 x 1080 pixels. We imagine that as for its predecessors, the Galaxy S10 will be marketed with a definition Full HD by default, but the ability to mount QHD as needed in the settings.
A limited edition
At the same time, XDA noticed the presence of a pre-order page on the Samsung Philippines website. It is about a model in limited edition which could well be this model outrageously provided in memory. Recall that smartphones with 10 GB of RAM have just arrived and that only the Lenovo Z5 Pro GT, exclusive to China, rises up to 12 GB.
The website further states that this limited edition will be "available March 15, 2019". Dates may vary by market. Official information about the Galaxy S10 will be released on February 20 at the Unpacked event.
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