Mar 22, 2017 01:44 AM EDT
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 ripped through the AnTuTu benchmark, accomplishing a marvelous score no other mobile phone has hit so far. Up to this point, Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus had been the top performers on the AnTuTu benchmark, scoring 172,001 and 181,316, accordingly. On the Android front, the OnePlus 3T ruled the game, boasting a 162,423 score.
A video showing the Samsung Galaxy S8 (SM-G950) with an incredible score of 205,284 on the AnTuTu benchmark has now surfaced.This denotes a massive bounce from the OnePlus 3T's score and furthermore deposes the iPhone 7 Plus, setting the Galaxy S8 at the extremely top of the AnTuTu benchmark chart as the new smartphone king.
The influential AnTuTu score could be a demonstration of the immense horsepower the Galaxy S8 packs in the engine, because of the most recent Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 chipsets. Depending upon the region, the Galaxy S8 will pack one of these two processors, both of which are top notch.
The current Geekbench result showed the Exynos 8895 variant beating the Snapdragon 835 one, however, both handling choices ought to be amazingly intense. With regards to normal task and usage, clients ought to see no perceptible difference between the two processing options. The new Galaxy S8 AnTuTu benchmark video also features the advancements in processor technology, as both the Snapdragon 839 and the Exynos 8895 keep running on a 10-nanometer architecture instead of the 14-nm architecture of more seasoned processors.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will make their official introduction on March 29 in New York City, as per PhoneArena, and ought to go on sale at some point in April. Both handsets are anticipated to brag first class specs and features for a killer performance and the most recent AnTuTu benchmark scores appear to reinforce such desires. In the event that these benchmark scores are precise, the iPhone 8 and other smartphone flagships will have some serious making up for lost time to do and it will exciting to perceive how things unfold.
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