Samsung Exynos 8895 Powering The Galaxy S8+ Beats The Galaxy S8 With SD835 In Benchmark Tests

Posted: Apr 22 2017, 10:58am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 26 2017, 1:09am CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Samsung Exynos 8895 Powering the Galaxy S8+ Beats the Galaxy S8 With SD835 in Benchmark Tests

Talking about Samsung Galaxy S8 right now would probably be useless for us. Everyone is either busy in waiting for their pre-order to arrive, or are using the smartphone with all the glory it has to offer. But there are some other, people like us, who didn’t pre-order the smartphone and are waiting to decide which one is the better choice.

Because you see, Samsung Galaxy S8 duo has 2 variants, one duo featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 while the other one is packing Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 chipset. If you were waiting to find out which one is the fastest variant, then you are very smart, as the results by GsmArena might be surprising.

Keep in mind that the Galaxy S8 being sold in the USA consists of the SD835 processor, the international variant of the flagship is featuring Exynos 8895 as the chipset. Comparing for starters, the clock speed of both the CPUs are different. SD835 has clock speeds of 2.3GHz + 1.7 GHz, while Exynos 8895 can go up to 2.35 GHz + 1.9 GHz. And this result shows on GeekBench too.

Not only GeekBench, but in multiple applications and phases of performance testing, the Exynos 8895-powerred variant of Samsung Galaxy S8 has taken the lead and is the faster of the two variants. The underdog only got one lead when the handsets were tested by AnTuTu, but Exynos 8895 overpowered SD835 in every other benchmark application.

We’re not saying that one of the variants is undderpowered while the other is blazing fast. This information is specifically for those who want to get only the best of the best in every aspect of performance.

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