Samsung’supcoming Galaxy S10 flagship is reportedly in development in three different variants with different specifications and camera modules alongside Fingerprint on Display (FOD).
Now, a phone with model number SM-G975F has appeared on the AnTuTu benchmark, codename "beyond 2", it should be the Galaxy S10+.
According to the benchmark, it has 2280 × 1080 resolution display, equipped with Exynos 9820 processor, built-in 6GB memory and 128GB storage. It has total score 325,076. In the GPU part, Samsung used the Mali-G76 MP12. It packs with latest Android OS, Android 9 Pie.
As reported earlier, the Galaxy S10 series will be available in three variants at the beginning of next year, the three models include the 5.8-inch entry-level model (codename Beyond 0), premium model 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 (Beyond 1) and the 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 Plus (Beyond 2).
The high-end Galaxy S10 Plus will come with five cameras, 2 in the front and 3 on the rear. The Galaxy S10 (regular version) will come with 4 cameras 1 in the front and 3 on the rear. The Galaxy S10 (Entry Level) will feature three cameras including 1 on the front and 2 on the rear.
Additionally, a recent report claims that the company is working on a 'Secret' Galaxy S10 model. The device could feature a 6-camera setup, two front-facing cameras as well as four on the back of the device. It will feature a massive 6.7-inch display, and reverse wireless charging. It may also offer 5G support, internally referred to as “Beyond X.”