According to information from the portal Weibo, Exynos 8895 will be clocked at 3 GHz and has a guarantee of 70% faster image processing than its predecessor. Most surprising, however, results in the Geekbench.
The first information about the Exynos 8895 said that the processor can be clocked even 4 GHz clock, but even then it was quite clear that the units of the sales it will be limited. Today we learned another detail on this subject. According to information from the portal Weibo, Exynos 8895 will be clocked at 3 GHz. Recall that the Exynos 8890 worked at 2.3 or 2.6 GHz, depending on the number of active cores. Turning up the clock speed of the new system to such a level is possible thanks to the 10nm lithography, which will also decrease demand for energy. We do not know anything about the GPU, but proprietary solutions is still too early, so he bet on the latest G71 Mali, in the variant with 16 cores. The new system Koreans will be able to process the image by 70% faster than its predecessor. This means roughly that Samsung is working on an improved, more powerful camera (probably double), which requires more computing power. All this looks impressive, but the available results in the Geekbench are very close to the performance Exynos 8890 2,301 points in the single core test is still less than the Snapdragon 820 wins, not to mention Apple A10 Fusion. In the test multiple cores we have to deal with 7019 points, which is the result of some 600 points better than the Exynos 8890 or Kirin 955. Far me what the truth to the claim that the Exynos 8895 will be a weak system, and frankly I am glad that this time erected mainly on energy efficiency, but the whole situation seems quite strange – Samsung given up the pursuit of cyferkami? Or power processors for mobile devices reached such a level that manufacturers began to finally look for other priorities? This we know, the 8895 Exynos and Snapdragon 830 will see the light of day and we will know their actual performance. Source: Weibo