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The Apple A9 processor and Samsung Exynos 8890 compared to the benchmark Geekbench

Flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Plus, which will go on sale in 2016, will receive different chip platforms, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon and Samsung Exynos 820 8890. The results of both processors are already known, as is the rate of its main competitor from Apple. Today, the network appeared the first comparison.

In the database package published Geekbench test results of Samsung Galaxy S7, which uses top-end processors Exynos and Snapdragon 820 8890. In the test mode a single core processor Apple is leading the A9X, but the second place is the Apple A9. Both chipset Galaxy S7 showed weaker results. In multi-core test to win Exynos 8890. The second place took the Apple A9X, the third — Snapdragon 820.

The results demonstrated by modern processors, is impressive. Such performance is enough to complete the most demanding tasks, including the most modern games and high quality graphics.

Note that the Samsung Galaxy S7 based on the Snapdragon 820 chip, for cooling of which implemented a system of heat pipes, will be sold in the United States and China. Europe, Korea and Japan get a version with Exynos 8890, and the platform of the previous generation Exynos 7422 will be designed for Indian vehicles.

According to recent reports, Samsung has decided not to change radically the design of its new flagship Galaxy S7. Korean manufacturer intends to adopt a strategy Apple and leave without changing his appearance for the second year in a row. “Seven” will retain the features of the external performance of the top model Galaxy S6. Differences in Korean novelties will be, but they will be minor: a rectangular Home button and the new position of the SIM card slot.

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As expected, Samsung announces Galaxy S7 in anticipation of the exhibition MWC 2016, which will be held in late February. The South Korean giant was planning to introduce models in January, but revised the plans because of concerns that such an early presentation of the Galaxy S7 can badly affect the sales of the current flagship products.

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