For those who believe that the news about the Samsung Galaxy S7 has ended this year, we have more. It turns out that – as reported by TechTimes – allegedly a road is coming GalaxyS7 variant with Snapdragon 820 processor that according to about 5423 points in multi-core performance, which suggests that future users can enjoy an incredible Samsung phone.
According to previous reports, they had confirmed that the South Korean is about to unveil two variants of the Galaxy S7. In one of them, it houses an Exynos 8890 chipset that runs at 2.4 GHz, while the other model can boast the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC processor.
It was known by TechTimes, that a punctuation emanated by Geekbench, where he suggests that Galaxy S7 with Snapdragon 820 single-core processor scored 2456 points in performance, while getting 5,423 points in the multi-core test.
For its part, a Chinese informant – reliable for the website mentioned – revealed the results through a post on Weibo. This chipset uses four Kryo CPU cores, two clock speed cores from 1.6 GHz to 1.7, while the other two clock speeds of 2.2 GHz. Weibo source also indicates that This Snapdragon 820 chipset is intentionally optimized for the Samsung company.
Given the fact that this Snapdragon 820 chip operates at a higher frequency compared to the normal version, it is said that a heat pipe may be incorporated that aims to assist in thermal control.
Now, if you compare this prototype with the variants of the Galaxy S7 equipped with Exynos 8890, the Snapdragon 820 is less impressive, since the Galaxy S7 with Exynos 8890 reached 2,294 points in the single-core test, while catching a remarkable 6,908 points in the multi-core test. So, as stated in the report, it seems that the Exynos-based variant is the way to go, that if performance is one of its main considerations.
Apparently, the next South Korean flagship carry a design similar to its predecessor, receiving improvements only under covers. From Samsung they report that possibly the Galaxy S7 is on the market before February 21 of next year, but the veracity of this fact has not yet been confirmed.
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