Samsung Galaxy S8 is scheduled to be officially unveiled on March 29 during the Galaxy Unpacked event Samsung has lined up for that day. The Galaxy S8 is expected to launch alongside the Galaxy S8 + and preparatory to that launch, AnTuTu has published on its Weibo page, the benchmark score and details of the various versions of the Galaxy S8 and S8 +.
A total of four different models with model numbers SM-G9500, SM-G950F, SM-G955F and SM-G955U, all models of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ were listed. The version with model number Samsung SM-G9500, which is suspected to be the Chinese version of the Galaxy S8, is listed with a Snapdragon 835 chipset with the Adreno 540 GPU. AnTuTu also revealed that the SD 835 onboard the flagship would likely pull a score exceeding 180,000 points inside the machine than the engineering machine which it was first benchmarked with, scoring 170,000 points. The processor is backed by 4GB of RAM and there is 64GB of storage crammed inside. The SM-G9500 also pack a 12MP main camera and an 8MP shooter at the rear.
AnTuTu also featured another model with number SM-G950F which is likely the international version and as rumoured, the model packs Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 processor with the Mali-G71 GPU firing up the graphics. This version also has 4GB of RAM onboard as well as a 12MP rear camera and 8MP selfie shooter.
Further, a third model Samsung SM-G955F which is likely the Samsung Galaxy S8 + international version was also featured AnTuTu’s website. The Galaxy S8 + International version, just like the Galaxy S8, will use Samsung’s Exynos 8895 processor with the same 4Gb + 64GB combination as well as 12MP rear and 8MP front shooters. The Galaxy S8 + is also listed with a Snapdragon 835-powered model that carries the model number SM-G955U and packs the same specs as the Galaxy S8 China version.