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Galaxy Note 10+ Scores over 400K in AnTuTu

The score is for the Exynos variant

The Galaxy Note 10+ is getting a lot of buzz lately. Following its dominance in the latest DxOMark ratings (for both mobile and selfie), Samsung’s 2019 phablet flagship made another statement in AnTuTu.

Using the Exynos 9825 variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB internal storage, the Galaxy Note 10+ scored almost 443k in AnTuTu, trumping most Snapdragon 855-powered phones.

The test is done using AnTuTu V8, which is currently in beta, so the Galaxy Note 10+’s score in the current AnTuTu build available at the Google Play Store may be different from what AnTuTu posted on their social media pages.

Nonetheless, the Galaxy Note 10+ score in AnTuTu shows the potential of the Exynos 9825 and its 7nm EUV process.

Source

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ Hands-on, Quick Review: All In

 

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