We’ve tested both flagships, S7/S7 Edge, only to find out that the difference in diagonals has not had an influence on their performances, which is why we’ve combined their results.
Worth noting, we tested devices fitted with chipsets Exynos 8890 built by the 14 nm workmanship. It works in tandem with the graphics accelerator Mali-T880 and ensures a phenomenal operating speed of the mobile device.
Antutu 6 showed a significant surge of performance in comparison with 2015’s flagships.
Galaxy S7 showed great results in Geekbench’s multi-core test. Performance of Exynos 8890 is comparable with the Kirin 850 chipset that is currently employed in the smartphone Mate 8 by Huawei.
Unfortunately, we don’t have the results of Kirin 850’s tests at our disposal.
In a bunch of tests, last year’s Xperia Z5 Premium by Sony (equipped with Snapdragon 810 and a 4K screen) proved to be a peer of the fresh and new Galaxy S7.
GFX 3.0 Manhattan (onscreen)
GFX 3.1 Manhattan (1080p offscreen)
GFX 3.1 Manhattan (onscreen)
Basemark ES 3.1 / Metal