Samsung’s Galaxy S7 allegedly appeared on the Geekbench website with Snapdragon 820 chipset and other impressive features. On the Geekbench database the device was displayed with codename SM-G930A. Considering the codenames of previous Galaxy flagships the device is expected to be the AT&T version of upcoming Galaxy S7.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy flagship has been discussed in many reports that suggested it in two different variants. One of its models will arrive with Samsung’s Exynos 8890 chipset while the other one will carry the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset. The Galaxy S7 with codename SM-G930 appears to be the former model which will be launched for North American users.
Excluding the selected markets, the users in all other regions will get the Galaxy S7 with Exynos 8890 chipset. The Exynos 8890 version was also spotted on the Geekbench a few days back, showing almost equally powerful specs on board.
The Geekbench database shows the performance of Galaxy S7 with single core and multi-core option. Its performance with single-core was marked at 2282 points while the multi-core option scores 4979 points. Comparing it with the single-core and multi-core options on the Exynos 8890 version we can note a significant bump. The Exynos version managed a score of 1873 points with single-core and 5946 points with multi-core.
The multi-core option on the Exynos 8890 version is a little high with 5946 points as compared with 4979 points of the Snapdragon 820 version. Despite a little higher multi-core score the overall performance of the Snapdragon 820 version still seems stronger.
The score of 5946 points was attained by Exynos 8890 version with powers of all eight cores while the Snapdragon 820 version made it up with just four cores. The database further shows Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow running on both Galaxy S7 versions with 4GB RAM.