Exynos powered Samsung Galaxy S7 GeekBench scores leak, leaves Apple A9 in the dust

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GeekBench scores of the Exynos 8890 powered Samsung Galaxy S7 have been leaked on Weibo, revealing mighty spectacular scores.

The benchmark scores have been leaked by Weibo consumer ‘i Ice universe’, who has been posting benchmark scores of a number of upcoming mobile chipsets over the previous few weeks. The Exynos 8890 allegedly scores 2,304 factors in the single-threaded GeekBench check, whereas in the multi-threaded check it manages a mighty spectacular rating of 8,038 factors.

Whereas the single-core check outcomes are nonetheless barely decrease than what the Apple A9 SoC in the iPhone 6s can handle, the multi-core check outcomes are virtually twice greater than the Apple A9 and the Exynos 7420 inside the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy Notice 5. The GeekBench scores for the Snapdragon 820 powered variant have been leaked a couple of weeks again and as a few of chances are you'll keep in mind, they weren’t anyplace close to as spectacular as the scores managed by the Exynos variant. We will solely hope the remaining fashions won't have such an enormous distinction in phrases of uncooked efficiency.

Supply: Weibo

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