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Galaxy M10 Spotted on GeekBench with Exynos 7870 and 3GB RAM


Everyone is talking about Samsung’s next-generation flagship Galaxy S10, but did you know that Samsung is also working on a budget smartphone called Galaxy M10? This smartphone is targeted towards mid-ranged budgets and it has just been spotted on GeekBench. This is great news for Samsung fans who are thinking about buying a new smartphone because the GeekBench listing shows us the smartphone’s key hardware specs and it confirms that Samsung will reveal it during the upcoming months.

Galaxy M10 GeekBench Listing

Tech companies such as Samsung, Apple and Google test out the hardware performances of their smartphones on GeekBench. The reason why they are doing this is because the benchmarking website can provide them with accurate data about how well the processor, RAM and GPU of the said smartphone work together.

Nonetheless, Galaxy M10 scored 3,551 points in the multi-score test and 721 points in the single-core one. These results are not impressive by any means, but they do show that Galaxy M10 will be a reliable smartphone that will be able to take care of all types of heavy-duty tasks without any issues.

Leaked Hardware Specs

The great thing about GeekBench listings is that they also reveal the key hardware parts of smartphones. Therefore, Galaxy M10 will be powered by an Exynos 7870 processor that is paired with 3GB of RAM. To make things even better, the smartphone is going to ship with Android 8.1 Oreo straight out of the box.

Final Words

We have to admit that Galaxy M10 is not a powerful smartphone that will be able to compete against the likes of iPhone XS or Pixel 3. However, we believe that Galaxy M10 will make up for the lack of premium hardware specs with an affordable price tag that makes the smartphone accessible to everyone.

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