Samsung Galaxy M10S allegedly pops-up on Geekbench with Exynos 7885 SoC and 3GB of RAM

“The Samsung Galaxy M10S could be the incremental upgrade to Galaxy M10 smartphone that was launched earlier this year”

Samsung Galaxy M10S could be the upcoming entry-level smartphone from Samsung. A mysterious handset from the brand has surfaced on the benchmarking site Geekbench with model number SM-M107F, and it’s believed to be Galaxy M10S. It could be an incremental upgrade to the Galaxy M10 smartphone that was launched earlier this year. The listing reveals that the Galaxy M10S could be powered by Samsung’s mid-range chipset of last year, called the Exynos 7885. The SoC has rocked a handful of handsets, including the Galaxy A8+ (2018) and the Galaxy J7 Duo (2018). The Exynos 7885 has two Cortex-A73 CPU cores clocked at 2.2GHz, six Cortex-A53 CPU cores clocked at 1.6GHz, and the Mali-G71 MP2 GPU.

The listing is believed to be of Galaxy M10S smartphone.
The listing is believed to be of Galaxy M10S – the successor of Galaxy M10 smartphone.

Furthermore, the probable Galaxy M10S may employ 3GB of RAM and Android 9 Pie to take care of software side things. The phone scored 1,222 points in Geekbench’s single-core test, while in the multi-core CPU performance test, it managed 3,202 points. That’s all the information we have of the handset at the moment. Samsung is yet to announce the launch date of the Galaxy M10S; however, it shouldn’t take so long as the second season of smartphone launches has already started.

Notably, this is not the only S-upgrades Samsung is planning, its rumoured Galaxy M30S and Galaxy A10S smartphones are also doing the rounds of the internet. Both the handsets are also expected to be incremental upgrades to the respective Galaxy M30 and Galaxy A10 smartphones.