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Samsung Galaxy S7 edge has a worse performance in single-threaded iPhone 6s test mode

In the database benchmark Geekbench “lit up” the forthcoming flagship Samsung Galaxy S7 edge with model number SM-G935. Judging by the test results of the device, the South Korean novelty is equal in performance to the flagship of Apple, which was released in the fall of 2015.

Version Samsung high-end smartphone for the international market showed the result not only worse than the iPhone 6s, but even than the Asian modification of the same device. Curved model Galaxy S7, which will appear on store shelves worldwide, equipped with a processor Exynos 8890, while the option for American and Asian market is equipped with a Snapdragon 820 chipset. It is known that both versions will get 4 GB of RAM and Android based software platform 6.0.1.

Galaxy S7 edge-based Exynos 8890 in single-threaded test scored 1363 points, in a multithreaded — 4951. These results are worse than the version with Snapdragon 820, and received 2238 5174 points in single-threaded and multi-threaded tests respectively. iPhone 6s, equipped with a dual-core chip Apple A9 with a clock frequency of 1.85 GHz and 2 GB of RAM, demonstrates the result of 2542 and 4407 points, respectively.

Galaxy S7 edge will be one of the two flagship smartphones, the Samsung Unpacked2016 conference, which will take place on February 21 in anticipation of the exhibition MWC in Barcelona.

In mid-January, the developers of the AnTuTu benchmark designed to measure the power of mobile devices, has released a report on the most productive models on the market. First place ranking by a large margin took the iPhone 6s, showing a record for AnTuTu result in 132 620 points. No Android smartphone has failed even to come close to the Apple device.

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