The Galaxy S10+’s top edition with its 12 GB RAM and 1 TB internal storage ran a couple of benchmarks. AnTuTu and Geekbench listed a device with the model name SM-G975F which is the global variant of the phone, and the results were extraordinarily high for an Android smartphone.
Single-core performance is about 20% higher than the result the Galaxy S9+ yielded. Multiple cores going steadily over 9000 is an improvement too a result that can be matched only by a Kirin 980 chipset in the benchmark-dedicated performance mode.
The AnTuTu final score of 326,185 includes CPU, GPU, UI, and memory tests. The Galaxy S10+ is official on February 20, there will be a new contender for the top spot.