Samsung Galaxy S7 is rumored to blast all benchmark scores. The Korean producer is getting ready to launch its upcoming leading smart phone, Galaxy S7, at the MWC tehc event held next month in Spain. But as it is the case with flagship gadgets produced in this data-overloaded period, a few details have been leaked out prior to the formal release.
The newest leaks claiming to offer info about the S7 model are standard benchmark ratings for its single core or multi core versions of the device, grabbed by an Android weblog. The single core scores for the 2015 Galaxy S6 acquired a ranking varying from approximately 1200 to 1500, while its multi-core results reached a level of about of 4250 to 4850.
But the next Samsung Galaxy S7 got a score of 1850 (single core ranking) and almost 6000 (multi-core ranking) for the upcoming device, — so a substantial progress in the efficiency levels for both versions. That being said, standard scores do not actually offer a true image of smart phone efficiency.
And the Korean producer has formerly been accused that it rigged benchmark ratings for its leading mobile phones by improving efficiency on known standard tests. So, even if the released scores seem amazing, its multi-core version obviously leading the current roster of tested Android operating gadgets, the true results will come after the device is released in Feb.
Other information that could be noticed from the leaked scores is that the Samsung Galaxy S7 is operating on Android 6.0 and has octa-core processors, rumored to be Samsung’s Exynos, based on the eight cores.
The cores are clocked at 1.59 Ghz, while the phone appears to have 4 GB of RAM, so it is pretty much what many people anticipated long before it. Prior leaked details about the next Galaxy S7’s functions have said that it will also have the pressure-sensitive display, in order to compete with Apple’s new 3D Touch function on its latest iPhone 6S and 6s Plus models.
In addition, it was rumored to have a better high-speed charger via a Type-C slot for even quicker charging for an entire day. Camera developments are also there, with various low light improvements and components that are in line with the rear of the mobile device, so no camera lens sticks out.
Anyway, there are few weeks remaining until we discover the real deal, with the whole mobile experience that will come after the phone’s release. Whether the new Samsung Galaxy leading device can maintain its performances in a very competitive Android ecosystem will be seen in the next months.
Image source: Gadgetreport