Samsung has been preparing for the launch of its next flagship smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8+. Samsung has already sent out a teaser for its next phones at the MWC in Barcelona. Samsung has also announced that its next flagship phones will be launched at an “unpacked” event in San Francisco on March 29. We have already seen most of the features related to hardware and software of the phone.
Now, we have some exclusive reports which suggest how the phone is likely to perform in real-world conditions. We have some results from the user-submitted reports at Geekbench, the popular benchmarking site which shows the Exynos 8895 which most likely will be on the Samsung Galaxy S8 with a model number: Samsung SM-G955F . This benchmark results were then compared to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 which runs on a Samsung phone with Android 7.1.1 Nougat most likely the Samsung Galaxy S7. The test results also include a comparison result between Samsung’s Exynos 8895 and the Kirin 960 processor. The phone with the Kirin 960 processor is the Huawei MHA AL00 which on further inspection is known to be the Huawei Mate 9 Pro.
The test results show some surprising facts about the SD835, Kirin 960 and the Exynos 8895. While in the single-core performance results, the Exynos 8895 showed some good performance with a score of 1978 while the multi-core performance on Exynos 8895 was 6375. On comparison with the Snadragon 835, for the single-core test, the Exynos 8895 lost to Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the result of which is equal to 2004 points against the 1978, and in the multi-core test it surpassed 6374 points against Exynos’s 6233 points.
But in comparison with Kirin 960 it turned out to be different – in the test of one core Exynos 8895 was more powerful, and in the multi-core mode, lost. The result of the smartphone based on the Kirin 960 with 6 GB of RAM was 1929 points in a single-core test and 6416 points for multi-core test.
GizmoChina has noted that the performance of Exynos 8895 grew by 27% compared to its predecessor, and the power consumption decreased by 40%. The new single-chip platform includes an eight-core processor and a Mali-G71 MP20 graphics accelerator.