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Galaxy S7 With Snapdragon 820 Spotted On AnTuTu, Performance Amazing!

by Joe 3

We all know that Samsung will officially release the Galaxy S7 flagship on February 21 at the Unpacked 2016 event. One of the versions of the device will be powered by the powerful Snapdragon 820 chipset.

A few week back, we saw the first AnTuTu performance of the custom Kryo powered chip, which was pretty impressive as it crossed the 131K mark. But that was just a development prototype, hence, we didn’t know whether the chip would be this powerful in commercial smartphones.

Galaxy S7 Snapdragon 820 antutu

Now, we can be almost sure of this, as the upcoming Galaxy S7 model with the powerful quad-core Snapdragon 820 chipset has just been spotted on AnTuTu. Even now, the chip managed to blow away the competition by scoring an impressive 125,288 points. This makes it the best smartphone chip in the market, even above Apple’s A9 chipset which held the top position till now with 123,567 points.

antutu chip benchmark 2016

In comparison, the rival chipsets such as Kirin 950 and Exynos 7420 manage to score only about 92,746 points and 86,652 points respectively. So, clearly, Snapdragon 820 is in a totally different performance segment. However, we still have to see the performance of Exynos 8890 which hasn’t been benchmarked on AnTuTu yet. At least¬†one S7 model is expected to feature the new Exynos chip and it should also score pretty high in the test.

Thanks to today’s AnTuTu listing, we also know the specifications of the Galaxy S7. The phone is said to come with a 5.1-inch 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution display with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. At the back, there will be a 12MP camera sensor, while up front, a 5MP shooter. For software, the S7 will run on the latest Android 6.0.1 OS.

Looks like the Snapdragon 820 will be one of the most powerful chipsets of 2016.

 

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  • Monk3y

    I think processorpower is overrated. Efficiency and power consumption is much more important. I’m now using the redmi 3 and I think it’s processor power is enough for 95% of the market. More power is only marketing, power says nothing, because in daily use you will never use it. I prefer fast charging, better battery life, quality screen and quality camera. Pure power is phased out.

  • Tom

    The people who say we dont need more power we dont need better screens, we dont need more ram, are only people who worship a phone company that offers none of this. This thinking is a bit like a amway consultant, a cult like mentality.

    • Monk3y

      Sheep do baaah.