Galaxy S10 benchmarks lower than iPhone XS: why it doesn’t matter

Even before it’s officially launched, the Galaxy S10 is already earning mixed “reviews”. And we’re not just talking about controversial punch holes and in-screen fingerprint scanners here. The past few days have witnessed the appearance of benchmarks for both the Galaxy S10 as well as its processors, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and Samsung Exynos 9820. The numbers vary depending on the source but one thing they all seem to have in common is that they fall below the iPhone XS and Apple’s A12 processor. As disappointing as that may sound for Android and Samsung fans, in the end, those benchmark scores really don’t matter.

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