This year, Samsung plans to release two different variations of Galaxy S7 – with quad-core Snapdragon processor 820, as well as the eight-chipset Exynos 8890. In accordance with the results of benchmark, previously published, both versions will be sufficiently productive
A few days ago, we saw the Samsung Galaxy S7, equipped with Snapdragon 820 appeared in the synthetic GeekBench test, and now the version with Exynos 8890 was also seen in the benchmark. Given this, we can compare the two results directly.
Galaxy S7 running Exynos 8890 managed to score 1873 points in the single-core test and 5946 in multi-core. Galaxy S7, conducted by a Snapdragon 820 shown in 2282 and 4979 single-core to multi-core test.
These are the indicators are not surprising, given that the chipset have published similar results in these tests earlier.
As for the smartphone specifications are identical except for the CPU. Also, it seems that the version with Exynos 8890 will be more powerful than the previous revision.
Unfortunately, the chip is not ranked in the AnTuTu, so we can not compare them with those in the Snapdragon 820. As is well known, flagship processor managed to score an impressive 125,000 balls, even surpassing Apple A9 to become a better chipset. Perhaps, the Exynos 8890 can be even faster, but that only time will tell.