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The Samsung Galaxy S7’s Exynos 8890 CPU DESTROYS AnTuTu Test


The Samsung Galaxy S7’s Exynos 8890 CPU DESTROYS AnTuTu Test


Samsung will free up the Galaxy S7 inside of Q1 2016 — and its CPU shall be INSANELY tough

Richard Goodwin 12:52, 1 Dec 2015

The Samsung Galaxy S7 gets a release in Q1 2016. Reports recommend Samsung needs to get the Galaxy S7 on marketplace once imaginable, so shall we see it introduced as early as January. The corporate must get again on most sensible after a devastating yr by the hands of Apple’s iPhone 6s — Apple is predicted to shift within the area of 67 million devices sooner than the shut of the yr.

For this explanation why Samsung will most probably pop out weapons blazing in early-Q1 with a markedly other Galaxy I flagship. Multiple stories, leaks and analyst remark have to this point supplied a horny transparent image of what we will be able to be expecting. The Galaxy S7 might be larger, higher and quicker than anything else the corporate has in the past launched.

Micro-SD strengthen is rumoured to be returning and the Galaxy S7 may just smartly function a 4K AMOLED show amongst different issues. More just lately, on the other hand, communicate as became to the chipset so they can be powering the handset — the Exynos 8890. According to a new report from Phone Arena, the Exynos 8890 shall be an ABSOLUTE monster in terms of processing energy. And this isn’t hearsay, both. There are benchmarks to turn out it.

“The Exynos 8890,” stated the record, “Samsung's subsequent top-powered chipset, set a brand new report rating at the AnTuTu benchmark web site. The tally of 103,692 simply crowned the 79,000 just lately scored via the Kirin 950 SoC, Huawei's new probably the greatest chip (a extra up to date run thru of the Mate 8 produced a rating above 94K).”

Samsung is predicted to free up more than one fashions of the Galaxy S7 in different regions. The US and UK, as an example, are anticipated to get the Snapdragon 820 model at the same time as Asia will revel in the ferocious energy of the brand new Exynos 8890 chipset, the fortunate buggers!

In addition to insane processing energy, the Exynos 8890 would be the first Exynos chipset to mix the processor with the modem.


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