Samsung Galaxy S8 with the Exynos chip 8895 set a record performance in Geekbench, but lost to the iPhone 7
As you know, Samsung released two versions of its Galaxy smartphones and Galaxy S8 S8+ – in versions with Snapdragon processor 835 from Qualcomm and Exynos chip 8895. In Russia a modification of the device with its own chip Samsung. Not so long ago, we published benchmarks Galaxy S8 on the basis Snapdragon processor 835, and now appeared the test results of Galaxy S8 with SoC Exynos 8895.
Samsung Galaxy S8 with Snapdragon processor 835 shows the result of the 1929 and 6084 points in a single-threaded and multithreaded modes of testing, respectively. Samsung Galaxy S8+ with Exynos 8895 set a record with a score of 1978, 6375 points, respectively.
Now in the same Geekbench test set a new record, which belongs to the Samsung Galaxy S8 single-chip system Exynos 8895, operating at a frequency of 1.69 GHz, 4 GB of RAM and Android 7.0 Nougat. In single-threaded mode, the phone scored 2121 point in multithreaded — 7101 score.
Performance Galaxy S8 (Exynos 8895):
For comparison, the most powerful processor of Apple’s A10 Fusion, presents the iPhone 7 Plus, shows a Geekbench score in 3512 and 6083 points, respectively
Configuration 8895 Exynos chip consists of eight cores: four cores Samsung’s own second generation and four Cortex-A53. For graphics processing meets the accelerator ARM Mali-G71. Production rate — 10 nm. the iPhone 7 Plus equipped with a SoC Fusion A10 4-core processor, so the unit lost to the competitor in the multi-core test mode.
The performance of the iPhone 7 (Apple’s A10 Fusion):
But more important in single-core mode test, where the main role is played by the architecture of the processor, the iPhone 7 was out of competition.