Snapdragon 820 again lost Exynos 8890

Snapdragon 820 again lost Exynos 8890

History repeated itself this year, when the US and the Chinese version of the Galaxy S7 were launched with the Snapdragon frequency of 820, while the other markets have received Galaxy S7-based Exynos 8890. Both chipsets are the most powerful solutions, but at the same time many can not wait to find out which of processors better in real life.

Test speed, shot this video, can give us the answer. Enthusiast alternately ran the same set of applications, and did it in two parts. Even considering some error, after Galaxy S7 with Exynos 8890 test run finished 38 seconds faster than the model with Snapdragon 820.


Last year, Samsung Galaxy S6 used Exynos 7420 chip for global sales, while the US market the company provided a smartphone with Snapdragon 810, which is known to have problems with overheating. Therefore, to compare the performance of the chips was not possible.

Snapdragon 820 again lost Exynos 8890

History repeated itself this year, when the US and the Chinese version of the Galaxy S7 were launched with the frequency of Snapdragon 820, while the other markets have received Galaxy S7-based Exynos 8890. Both chipsets are the most powerful solutions, but at the same time many can not wait to find out which of processors better in real life.

Test speed, shot this video, can give us the answer. Enthusiast alternately ran the same set of applications, and did it in two parts. Even considering some error, after Galaxy S7 with Exynos 8890 test run finished 38 seconds faster than the model with Snapdragon 820.


Does this mean that the owners of a smartphone with the Snapdragon 820 should be considered in this regard? Not at all. The flagship processor from Qualcomm is still one of the best chipsets in the market and a few seconds difference in the startup applications should not affect the performance of daily tasks.

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