Who doesn’t want to know about the good news first? But we also can’t deny the fact that most people would rather know of the bad news first so they can have the good news last, which could be pleasing to hear; somehow or rather. Without further ado, it’s the upcoming Samsung flagship we’re talking about; Galaxy S7 had recently been spotted (good news) from a recent AnTuTu benchmark test with unexpectedly low scores (bad news).
AnTuTu’s test results indicate that the S7 will be running on the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, and will also be equipped with Adreno 530 graphics. In addition, the S7 has also been suggested to be designed with these measurements in mind: 5.1-inch display with a pixel resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 (though it might strike as a surprise for some, since these are the exact measurements of its predecessor the Galaxy S6). However, if AnTuTu’s results had unconsciously brought you down, fret not, because the Geekbench’s test report actually performed better than the former. The results are as follows: 2,294 on a single-core test and 6,908 on multi-core test.
Well, for what it’s worth, we’ll just be taking this like a grain of salt until Samsung releases their own official statement. There’s no need to take it too seriously at the moment.