Samsung Galaxy S7 benchmark test leaks specification of the flagship killer
It doesn’t come as a surprise that a leak of Samsung Galaxy S7 is emerging on the internet just a day after the big Apple event where iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus were launched. This leak comes courtesy SamMobile who have strong proof that the smartphone/phablet is under work with codename “Project Lucky”. Perhaps 7 is the lucky number for South Korean electronics giant and it believes that S7 will bring in huge influx of buyers.
The leak also claims that according to inside information the device will have a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 820 processor with Exynos 8890 chipset. In a AnTuTu benchmark test, the secret device running on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop having a 5.7-inch OHD display (at 140×2560 pixels), 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage pointed all towards the Samsung Galaxy S7 phablet.
Samsung is also testing the ultra-fast UFS 2.0 storage probably to have solution to the issue of non-compatibility among UFS 2.0 and SD cards. In the benchmark test the device showed a 16MP rear camera and 5MP front camera, but Samsung is also testing a 20MP ISOCELL camera for the Galaxy S7 under the project name “All Lens Cover”. Not much is known about this project at this point in time however.
On paper the device looks quite impressive and with a speculative release in April 2016, there will be more emerging on the Samsung Galaxy S7 in the coming months. Just for the records, Lucky LTE’s final score on the AnTuTu benchmark test was 65,775.