7:43AM Saturday 19 January
We can expect more Galaxy S10 benchmark sightings going forward as we approach the official launch of this device. It’s just over a month away. Samsung will be announcing its new flagship in San Francisco on February 20. Read More »
188 Days Ago Following a first look at some Snapdragon 855 benchmarks, a Geekbench score for an alleged Samsung Galaxy S10+ variant has leaked, confirming just how fast the 855 is.
182 Days Ago A report from Italy on the Samsung Galaxy S10 prices confirms the British prices we saw over a month ago. Long story short, you can spend �780 for the base model or twice as much for the fully-loaded model (with 4G connectivity, the 5G phones will likely cost even more).
183 Days Ago For the past few months, we’ve witnessed an increasing number of Galaxy S10 rumors, revealing almost everything fans of the series would want to know about the phone.
188 Days Ago A Samsung Galaxy S10+ has been allegedly benchmarked running the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chip, and the RAM reported seems off. The post Samsung Galaxy S10+ with 6GB of RAM?
188 Days Ago A few days ago, a benchmark for the cheapest Galaxy S10 that Samsung is about to launch revealed incredibly disappointing scores for a phone that should have the same processor as all the other Galaxy S10 models.
183 Days Ago Android fans, the wait is almost over. We now officially have less than one month to go before Samsung's big press conference in San Francisco, where the company will unveil its next-generation Galaxy S flagship phones.
183 Days Ago Over the weekend, serial mobile leaker Evan Blass shared a leaked image of Samsung's forthcoming Galaxy S10 lineup, confirming earlier rumors that it will initially consist of three models to compete directly with Apple's latest devices, the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR.
185 Days Ago “Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10, and S10+ (L to R), encased”
182 Days Ago The Galaxy S10 phones are supposed to deliver a bunch of exciting features, especially when compared with their predecessors. We’ve got impressive Infinity-O screens that almost eliminate bezels, sophisticated in-display fingerprint sensors, multi-lens cameras, and better battery technology — that’s if all the recent rumors are to be believed.