Samsung’s Exynos 8895 is set to dominate over Snapdragon chips. Today, we’ve got yet another benchmark leak for the Samsung Galaxy S8. Details below
Today’s Samsung 8 Antutu score further confirms a new bar of performance is raised. The video below shows a device dubbed SM-G950, scores 205,284 points in Antutu. G950 is the codename for the Galaxy S8 and has surfaced in previous benchmarks as well. At this point, we’re not sure which processor the smartphone is running.
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Samsung S8 Antutu Record
The current Antutu leader is the Apple iPhone 7 Plus. Job’s Mob upgraded the A10 Fusion processor to four cores on the device, a first for Apple.
The Galaxy S8’s score today comfortably beats the iPhone 7 Plus as you can see below.
Of course, since we haven’t had a chance to test the device ourselves, however, results are in-pine with what geekbench scores showed yesterday. The new 10nm fabrication process looks like a real winner compared to 14nm Finfet used last year. You can clearly see Samsung S8 Antutu 3D score is far superior with over 80000+ points, beating both PowerVR 7XT and Adreno 530!
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will bring a new look, better camera and more goodies. The Korean tech giant will overhaul design by quite a bit this year. With Samsung saying fingerptint as we know it is obsolete, who knows what they’ll do. Another rumour states Samsung S8 will feature the first QHD(4K) Super AMOLED display in history. Sadly, all of those great innovations will come at a steep price, seto to be over 900$ at launch.