About three weeks ago I appeared in AnTuTu benchmark Samsung SM-G930F, and as the Galaxy S6 is encoded as SM-G920, predperemestit true that it was a Galaxy S7.
While AnTuTu revealed only the device specs – a 5.1-inch Quad HD-display, Exynos 8890 processor and 12-megapixel camera, promising that they will publish the test results later.
Well, that day has come and AnTuTu on his page on Weibo posted points scored by the international Samsung Galaxy S7 version.
Thus, the global version that is powered by a Samsung Exynos 8890, won as many as 105,000 points in a synthetic test, which is a great result.
Of course, it’s not as exciting figure in the Snapdragon 820. Earlier benchmark appeared Galaxy S7 Edge version of the AT&T, which failed to show 125 288 points.
The reason for this difference is mainly, GPU test, indicating that the graphics accelerator Adreno 530 is the best choice for mobile gamers.
Samsung, in turn, uses a graphics processor Mali-T880MP12 with no less than twelve cores, yet custom kernel have a powerful Snapdragon.
Be that as it may, both processors are so powerful that no one game that is available in the Play Store, can not really load their graphics accelerators at full power.
While on the other hand, the synthetic test results always differ from the actual performance, so you should wait for the announcement of the device, to say anything.