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If these latest leaked benchmarks are any indication, then it turns out Samsung definitely "started from scratch" with the internal performance of the Galaxy S6 Edge.
We have leaked benchmarks for the device, and the scores are off the charts. In fact, the performance of the Exynos 7420 chip is so high, it even blows past the Apple iPad Air 2 and NVIDIA's Tegra K1 in several benchmarks. Not only that, but these leaked benchmarks add further proof of the rumors that Samsung has ditched Qualcomm's chips for their Galaxy S6 line and will go with their own Exynos chips.
First up, let's take a look at the Galaxy S6 Edge AnTuTu benchmark. The Exynos 7420 chip is identified as the on-board chip, and its score is just ridiculous, achieving over 60,000! In fact, in the 3D benchmark, it scored almost double what the NVIDIA Tegra K1 achieves (although it seems about equal in every other aspect).
Second, we also have a Geekbench test to share for the Galaxy S6 Edge. The Exynos chip in the S6 Edge scored a remarkable 1,492 points in the single-core, and 5,077 points in the multi-core test. By way of comparison, that multi-core score is higher than all other current mobile devices. It even "edged" out the previous leader which was the iPad Air 2, which scored 4,532.
If these benchmarks are not faked, then Sammy will have just leapt ahead of every other mobile chipset maker in the entire industry. The Exynos 7420 is shaping up to be a very impressive piece of tech.
BTW... here's the leaked specs of the SM-G925W8 according to the benchmarks:
- 5.1-inch display resolution 2560 x 1440 (576 ppi)
- Exynos 7420
- 3GB of RAM
- 32GB of internal storage
- 20-megapixel rear camera
- 5-megapixel front-facing camera
Source: PhoneArena & MyDrivers