The Galaxy S10 has been spotted on Geekbench. The device carries the designation; SM-G973N, and has a universal9820 motherboard, meaning this is the Exynos 9820 variant, which is an octa-core processor, and, according to the benchmark, has a base frequency of 1.95GHz. The device also has 5422MB (read 6GB) of RAM. This is likely the international variant as Samsung uses its own Exynos processors for its flagship devices outside of the US and China.
The S10 scored a single-core score of 4382 and a multicore score of 9570, which is much higher than the supposedly Snapdragon 855 touting S10 Lite spotted earlier, although has a slightly lower multicore score than the S10+ with the Snapdragon 855 which attained a single-core 3413 and a multicore score 10256. The S10 is expected to be unveiled on February 20th alongside two other devices and the S10 could come in two variants, a model with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage, and another model with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.
Additionally, the S10 is expected to have the Infinity-O display, with a punch-hole in the top for the front-facing camera and sensor, an under-display fingerprint sensor and run Android 9 with Samsung's One UI. Design wise, it will likely be similar to the S10+ spotted in public earlier this week.