In Geekbench his potential showed Exynos 8895, which together with the Snapdragon 835 will be the heart of the Galaxy and Galaxy S8 S8 +. In Poland, we get probably the version of the copyright processor Samsung – whether it's the better of the two options?
Samsung Galaxy Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 + will be available in two versions with different processors. In China and the US will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, and the vast majority of other countries will have to settle for the Exynos 8895, which is copyright processor Samsung. Which of these systems is more efficient? Residual answer to this question gives us the Geekbench benchmark, which checks the power of the processor (CPU). Snapdragon 835 betrayed its capacity some time ago, so now it's time for Exynos 8895Samsung Galaxy S8 + (SM-G955F) with Exynos 8895 aboard dialed masymalnie 1978 points in the test a single core and 6375 points in the test multiple cores, which coincides with the results of Snapdragon 835, which is doing basically the same. This means that the Galaxy S8 and S8 + Galaxy offer almost the same performance regardless of the market and the embodiment. It is a pity that the same can not be said about the amount of RAM. Of course, the CPU is not everything, because a lot of importance to the GPU and other technological solutions. Unfortunately, at this moment we do not have to compare performance graphics chips, because the Exynos 8895 did not hit any benchmark of this type. We know, however, that both processors will be manufactured in 10nm process technology, so their appetite for energy will be similar. Let us hope that a full comparison we can do it soon. And at the end I put the results Exynos 8890, which can be found in last year's Galaxy S7. The conclusions suggest themselves. Source: Geekbench