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Benchmark scores for Samsung’s Galaxy S7 with Exynos 8890 crosses 100k mark

With the next Samsung Galaxy S7 flagship due to be released in some time the  rumors and leaks at its peak. There has been a recent leak about the Samsung Galaxy S7 sporting their latest Exynos 8890 processor along with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. There is one new update about the company’s latest Exynos 8890 processor which has given some astonishing benchmark scores to go in line with what the company has claimed about the performance of the chip set.

The image which surfaced showing the benchmark scores of the Samsung SM-G9300 has kept fans talking about this being the new Galaxy S7 with Exynos 8890 being tested. The Exynos 7420 is the predecessor of the latest chip set being tested and by looking at the performance output of the 7420 we can only expect such results form the Exynos 8890 following the footsteps of its predecessor.

Benchmark score of Exynos 8890 SoC of Samsung Galaxy S7

The Exynos 8890 comes equipped with custom Mongoose M1 cores along with four ARM Cortex A53. The scores seen on the image are 103692, which make it one of the fastest processors built or available in the market. It surely competes and is ahead of the likes of Snapdragon 820 and Apple’s A9 which make the Samsung Galaxy s7 even more powerful.

Samsung Galaxy S7 chip set

As these are rumors and leaks we are not confirming anything until we get some credible information or test the chip set by ourselves. This benchmark listing was found on Chinese Weibo account. The chip set is made more compact thanks to the processors modem being integrated directly into it. this allows the manufacturer to make the device slimmer and saves more space along with being more efficient in terms of performance.

Source: Weibo

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