Before the official presentation of the Galaxy S7 remain even months, but the Network has already appeared fresh results of testing the performance of new smart phones with the Exynos chip M1, made using the popular Geekbench benchmark. It is believed that Exynos 8890 will serve as the hardware basis of the new flagship of Samsung.
It should be noted that earlier this processor that contains eight 64-bit cores ARMx8, has already been spotted at Geekbench, and then his result was 1336 and 4824 points in single-core and multi-core configurations, respectively, which is slightly greater than that used in Galaxy S6 Exynos 7420. However, its clock frequency, as expected, was lowered to 1.4 GHz. Now the test was conducted at nominal 2.4 GHz, and eventually Exynos 8890 scored an impressive 2304 and 8038 points respectively.
If the Samsung Galaxy S7 will really get Exynos 8890, then it will naturally be one of the most powerful smartphones on the market. However, if we talk about it until a future time, its main competitor the iPhone 6s dual core A9 platform with a 1.8-gigahertz processor already went on sale in 12 countries of the “first wave” and also managed to “light up” in Geekbench. Moreover, they demonstrated the result for a single core reached 2522 points, i.e. exceeded the same period Exynos 8890, not to mention Exynos 7420.
From practical tests it follows that the capacity gain from Apple A9 towards Apple A8 were installed in iPhone 6 / 6 Plus, exceeds 50%. However, using a smaller number of CPU cores than the competition is not allowed A9 to obtain the same advantage in multi-threaded testing, in which the chip was able to collect quite standard for modern flagships 4400 points.