The Galaxy S10 that launched in Nepal comes with the most powerful Exynos processor out there, the Exynos 9820. The RAM size varies on the S10 depending on model and Internal storage capacity- ranging from 6 GB all the way up to 12 GB, though the latter is only available on the S10+.
Galaxy S10/S10+ Hardware Overview
- Memory: 8 GB, or 12 GB of RAM
- Processor: Exynos 9820
- Die size: 8nm
- GPU: Mali-G76 MP12
- RAM/storage configurations: 8/128 GB (S10), 8/256GB, 12/512 GB
While it would have been great if the Galaxy S10 launched in Nepal with the Snapdragon 855. However, the Exynos 9820 is no slouch either. The phone is blazing fast and handles all the games you throw at it.
Of course, it’s all very well having such blazing-fast potential. But it’s important that it sustains the performance for more than just a few minutes.
Samsung has thought of this and has fitted the S10e and the S10 with advanced heat pipe cooling systems. The Galaxy S10 Plus gets stepped up to a vapor chamber cooling system, which is similar to the one used in the Microsoft Xbox One.
In layman terms, the Galaxy S10e, S10, and the S10+ are all extremely capable phones. All you really need to know is that these phones are going to be extremely fast. Indeed, early benchmarks suggest that the S10 family hops on top of the chart, falling behind only the OnePlus 7 and the latest iPhones.In its Samsung launch event, the company also revealed that it’s been working with the makers of the Unity game engine to optimize the S10 family specifically for games that run on it.
Through a combination of really good speedy hardware, hardware cooling, and software game engine optimization, the Galaxy S10 family is shaping up to be incredibly well-suited for mobile gaming.
In conclusion it is safe to say that the Galaxy S10 is one of the best phones if you are a heavy user who doesn’t want to compromise in performance of the phone.