Samsung Galaxy S7 with S820 benchmarked, here’s how it compares with the Exynos 8890 version

You’ve probably heard by now (how could you not) that the Samsung Galaxy S7 chipset strategy will be split again – some get the Exynos 8890, some the Snapdragon 820.

Last week we saw the 8890 take a swing at the Kirin 950 (Huawei’s latest and greatest), but now the AT&T version of the Galaxy S7 has passed through Geekbench 3 too, giving us an opportunity to compare both versions of the phone.

GeekBench 3

Higher is better

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  • Huawei Mate 8 (Kirin 950)6088
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 (Exynos 8890)5946
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 (Exynos 7420)5215
  • Galaxy S7 (Snapdragon 820)4979
  • Huawei Nexus 6P (Snapdragon 810)4539
  • Huawei Mate S (Kirin 935)3475

The S820 chipset loses on multi-core performance (it’s a quad-core), but it does win the single-core fight – 2,282 for the S820 and 1,873 for the 8890 chipsets.

Keep in mind that the software is not final yet and the scores might change. The current Snapdragon 820 result is behind the old Exynos 7420 chipset and earlier benchmarks (Geekbench 3 again) showed the S820 had a small lead.

The Galaxy S7 is expected to launch in the US on March 11.

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