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Samsung Galaxy S7 edge leak shows 135k Antutu score




Aside from the Galaxy S7, the curvier Samsung Galaxy S7 edge also shows up online in the flesh and brags its Antutu 6 benchmark score.

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As expected, the edge variant of the upcoming Galaxy flagships will have the curved edge display just like its predecessor. The design is also strikingly similar and changes are not noticeable. The benchmark score of 134704 comes with the leak actual photo of the device. Thus, we’re in for a treat when this gets announced in a couple of weeks.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, according to previous reports, will have a 5.5-inch QHD AMOLED display, Exynos and Snapdragon SoC, 4GB of RAM, 12-megapixel f/1.7 rear camera, and microSD card slot. The official announcement will be on Feb. 21st and we’ll be there to bring live details.

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This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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7 Responses

  1. William C says:

    Just curious… What tasks would require that high a CPU power? I mean tasks that are done on a mobile phone.

    • anonymous says:

      that’s the same basic question running through my mind also, why would you need a phone like that if you just use your smartphone for emails, sms, calls and necessity applications everyday? time for these companies to prioritize a smartphone that has a high battery capacity instead of these BS..

    • Marcos says:

      mas madali i-upgrade ang soc kesa battery :)

  2. pipot says:

    High-end games, what else? Too bad it can’t replace your brain tho.

  3. WC says:

    As per the photo, the 3D section alone scored higher than the overall scores of many mid-tier phones. This phone would be good for lag-free FPS at very high frame rates on it’s QHD display. But how any of those games are there? And as said, it’s better to play those on console, PC, or even tablet than on a 5.7″phone.

    After some thought, I think this could be good for VR, if nothing else. Those things does require huge horsepower to run at high fps, and the 3D should be enough to power the high res QHD display.

    Other than VR, most phones in the high 30k plus (on Antutu) with 2GB or more RAM should be enough for 95% of mobile apps and games.

    Personally, I think that a reliable and fast internet connection and big battery (or battery efficient CPU) make for a better mobile experience than a phone with a top-tier CPU. After all, many CPU-intensive tasks (like voice recognition) are off-loaded to cloud computers, so even if you have a super fast phone but have a crappy internet, the phone will choke still.

  4. wired_boy says:

    what’s new

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