The Samsung Galaxy S10+ has just appeared on Geekbench under the SM-G975U model number. This phone actually follows the Galaxy S10 E's (aka Galaxy S10 Lite) lead, which surfaced on the same platform last week.
The Galaxy S10 managed to score 3,413 points in the single-core, and 10,256 points in the multi-core test on Geekbench. The benchmarking platform also reveals that the phone will ship with 6GB of RAM (at least one of its variants), and that it will come with Android 9 Pie out of the box. Geekbench does not mention it, but Samsung's One UI will be included on top of Google's OS. The Snapdragon 855 64-bit octa-core SoC will fuel the phone, and is listed on Geekbench as well.
This listing surfaced on Geekbench today, and that is pretty much all the info that the benchmarking platform shared. The Galaxy S10+ has been leaking like crazy over the last couple of weeks, though, so we have plenty more info to share.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ will be made out of metal and glass, while it will sport three cameras on the back, and two cameras up front. Those two front-facing cameras will be included in the display (display camera holes), while the device will also include an in-display fingerprint scanner, as per rumors.
According to the info that shared a couple of days ago, the phone will include either 6GB or 8GB of RAM (depending on the variant you get), and 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage options will be available.
In terms of the device's cameras, you can expect to see regular (wide-angle), ultra-wide angle, and telephoto cameras on the back of the Galaxy S10+. The phone's main sensor is said to be a 12-megapixel sensor (f/1.5-2.4 variable aperture, OIS), and will be joined by a 16-megapixel (f/1.9 aperture, OIS) ultra-wide, and 13-megapixel (f/2.4 aperture, OIS) telephoto cameras. No info has been shared on the phone's front-facing cameras just yet.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ will be joined by the Galaxy S10 E (aka Galaxy S10 Lite), Galaxy S10, and the 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 which is rumored to be called the Galaxy S10 X. So, all in all, you can expect to see four Galaxy S10 handsets this year, at least three of which are expected to launch on February 20, while the Galaxy S10 X may launch at a later date… on the other hand, Samsung may opt to release it at the same time as all the other ones, we'll see.
All the Galaxy S10-branded smartphones will be fueled by the same processor, the Snapdragon 855 in the US and China, while the Exynos 9820 will fuel them in Europe and India. All phones except the Galaxy S10 X will be made out of metal and glass, while the Galaxy S10 X is rumored to utilize metal and ceramic. All devices will be quite similar, though they will be different in size, and will include a different number of cameras both on the front and the back, which is worth noting.