It is widely know that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be launched with two different processors, ie. Exynos 8890 and Snapdragon 820. Initially, it would seem that the original arrangement Koreans slated to far more devices than the processor Qualcomm, but new information suggests that proportion had changed significantly.
Prime Minister Samsung Galaxy S7 is fast approaching. All signs in the heavens and on earth suggest that it should take place no later than in February next year, although there are indications talking about the January launch of this device. Will it be we'll find out soon, but today we can 100% confirm that the market there will be two different versions of the smartphone – one will operate under the control of the Exynos 8890, the second will be the heart of the Snapdragon 820. According to initial information, the Qualcomm system had hit the variant destined for the US market, and for the rest of the world provides a variant of copyright Samsung processor, but the latest information suggests a significant change ratio in favor of Snapdragon 820. According to the Asian portal Hankooki Samsung has decided to implement SoC Qualcomm in every other copy of the Galaxy S7, so the force 820 Snapdragon share things will be much bigger than it seemed before. It is not entirely clear why Koreans have decided to take such a step (maybe that was the deal between them and Qualcomm, or they have a problem with its own Exynos?), And in any case does not seem to be a problem, because either way it was Samsung is responsible for the production of both CPUs and in the same process, so it should not be up to such differences as in the case of Apple A9. It could also be a signal that both processors do not differ something special in terms of performance, so no potential customer will not have to feel aggrieved, and that Koreans anyway they can not afford. So far we can only guess, but in spite of everything – which variant of Samsung Galaxy S7 would you rather buy? With Snapdragon 820 or Exynos 8890? Source: Hankooki via GForGames