Samsung Galaxy S10+ with Exynos 9820 Benchmarks
We’ve gotten our hands on a retail version of the new Samsung Galaxy S10+ so we’re trying out the usual suite of synthetic benchmarks on the device to see how it really performs.
Powering the Galaxy S10 Plus is the Samsung Exynos 9820, the company’s most powerful mobile chipset to-date. It’s manufactured using the 8nm FinFET process and features a tri-cluster architecture with a CPU that consists of two 4th-gen custom cores, two Cortex-A75 cores, and four Cortex-A55 cores. Compared to the 10nm Exynos 9810, it offers 15% better multi-core performance.
In addition, it features a Mali-G76 MP12 GPU which offers 40% improvement in performance or 35% enhancement in power efficiency compared to the Exynos 9810’s Mali G72 MP18 GPU and an integrated Neural Processing Unit (NPU) for AI and AR tasks.
|Benchmark||Exynos 9820||Exynos 9810|
|GeekBench 4||4,457 (Single-Core), 10,019 (Multi-Core)||3,731 (Single-Core), 9,038 (Multi-Core)|
|3D Mark||4,449 (SSE – OpenGL 3.1), 4,393 (SSE – Vulkan)||3,341 (SSE – OpenGL 3.1), 2,870 (SSE – Vulkan)|
|Androbench||819 MB/s (Read), 192 MB/s (Write)||823 MB/s (Read), 192 MB/s (Write)|
Notice the significant improvements in the raw scores in most of the benchmarks we tested. The Exynos 9820 is definitely more powerful and power-efficient than its predecessor. We’ll see more of these in our “Can it Game” episode coming soon. Full review to follow as well.