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Samsung Galaxy S7’s Exynos Chipset Scores Over 100k On Antutu Benchmark

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Samsung’s new chip-set – the Exynos 8890 has earned a record score of 100K in the AnTuTu benchmark test; this new chip-set is also expected to come packed within the upcoming Galaxy S7. The Exynos 8890 has beat out competition from the likes of Huawei’s Kirin 950 SoC (79K points) and the Mate 8, which secured more than 94K points.

Exynos 8890 AnTuTu

The Exynos 8890 is expected to be incorporated in a number of high-end Galaxy series devices next year. AnTuTu isn’t the only benchmark where the chipset has scored high points; it has also scored a top-score of 6,908 points on the multi-core test and 2,294 on the single-core test on Geekbench. The Exynos 8890 has been manufactured by the 14 nm FinFET process, that promises to be energy efficient.

Despite rumours that this is the chipset that will power the upcoming Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge; further reports also mention that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chip could also be in this race to power the Galaxy S7. Stay tuned for more updates.

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40 comments
Aman Arora
Aman Arora

yes you can say that this time samsung made a great choice with their own chipset ... but snapdragon is the best according to developement and the performance are same of both chipsets on previous versions .... SD810 is bad and i know that ....

Parth Malani
Parth Malani

I do know they release source code but im talkin performance here n i said abt recent chips. Snap adapted arms architecture with 810 n frankly their chip lost against mtk cuz of heatin manufacturers had to throttle them down decreasin performance as well n i think samsung did ri8 this time with sxnyos

Aman Arora
Aman Arora

but in my experience ... if you compare S5 exynos and S5 snapdragon ... you will know the difference ... and developement for snapdragon is also good ... they don't even release the source code of their exynos 5422 till now ... it's already more than 1 year when they came up with S5 in the market ... that's why i like snapdragon ...

Siddharth Mahendran
Siddharth Mahendran

I thought exynos were top notch performer.. After reading the comments, I'll stick to snapdragon \U0001f600

Parth Malani
Parth Malani

That might be the case with older versions but seriously exnyos mediatek and kirin all 3 beat snapdragons offerings .im myself using snap 615 used 410,exnyos n mediatek as well

Sarthak Mittal
Sarthak Mittal

I just remembered my first phone had Antutu score 2800 :p

Kishore Kumar
Kishore Kumar

Ashutosh Singh - We only care what will power our next Mi5 :)

Vivek Damale
Vivek Damale

Adithya Gota for development purpose i get them for free

Karan Nair
Karan Nair

I don't trust exynos processor coz it has terrible ram management issues

Keshav Gowda
Keshav Gowda

still no use Samsung processors are father of all hanging processor

Kartikay Sharma
Kartikay Sharma

Doode lag is a special feature that Samsung integrate in its phone but people don't get it

Simon Minz
Simon Minz

Whats the use when they have a terrible RAM management? Samsung is waste.

Vivek Damale
Vivek Damale

@Draven Dark Exynos is closed source no third party development, heating and other issues come when you are at development stage and i own some well know devices like note 5 s6 edge and s6 and some qualcomm devices which have SoC 810 v2.0(m9 and flex 2) and with SoC 810 v2.1(OnePlus 2, nexus 6p) as far my development i would prefer Snapdragon..

Suveen Kumar Vundavalli
Suveen Kumar Vundavalli

It's because exynos is manufactured by #samsung and using their on processor decreases manufacturing cost of device and technically increased sales of processor.

Bilal Quadri
Bilal Quadri

Tony Joseph holyyy \U0001f60d\U0001f60d\U0001f60d\U0001f60d\U0001f60d\U0001f60d\U0001f60d\U0001f60d\U0001f60d

Daniel Santiago
Daniel Santiago

We already knew that. The kirin 950 processor got over 95,000 on antutu. The snapdragon 820 will be garbage compare to Huawei's and samsungs processor

Aman Arora
Aman Arora

snapdragon always wins in real world performance, graphics and battery backup ... snapdragon is the best ... i have exynos S5 and i can tell you that snapdragon version is far better than exynos in real life performance, battery backup and in graphics .... exynos sucks ...

Tapan Bhanot
Tapan Bhanot

Must be fake like they did earlier with another phone of theirs!!!

Yogesh Jain
Yogesh Jain

The new exynos is not only powerful but it is also battery freindly,so there is need of such processors

Yogesh Jain
Yogesh Jain

Snapdragon was great possessor before ,but now there is exynos,keiren,

Draven Dark
Draven Dark

Yes. Qualcom overheat. Very fast battery drain. Maybe works fine in low temp place but here in asia. Not good.

Draven Dark
Draven Dark

Qualcomm overheat and fast battery drain.. that why they change.. maybe. Qualcom maybe works fine on area low temp..

Dipanjan Ray
Dipanjan Ray

Antutu benchmark just gives a synthetic score. Real world performance is the main concern.

vaibhavdhorta1
vaibhavdhorta1

please we no longer need powerful chips we need power effitient chips.

Vivek Damale
Vivek Damale

If they score more than 100k on Antutu won't make a good chipset just wait for Qualcomm 820

Roydon PhilipDsa
Roydon PhilipDsa

Do we really need this?? 810 is fine enough for even 4k display..

Fiza Arif
Fiza Arif

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