Galaxy S8 donning Snapdragon 835 processor scores amazing 6000+ points at Geekbench

Guess who just showed up at Geekbench and blew all benchmarks out of the water? Sporting model number SM-G950U, it’s none other than the Galaxy S8. For what it’s worth, Geekbench has Galaxy S7 topping the benchmarks chart — no Mate 9 in sight though, neither LG G6, yet — scoring 1786 points in Single Core test, while 5210 in Multi Core test.

Now the upcoming Galaxy S8 can kiss the S7 goodbye at the top with a mind boggling multi-core score of 6011 and single-core score of 1916. Before you counter with ‘Well, numbers don’t relate to real world performance’, let me tell you that this is the recently announced Snapdragon 835 processor we’re talking about here.

We had earlier seen the Galaxy S8 Plus leak out over at the Geekbench too, and it donned the same processor too, clocked at same rate of 1.90GHz. Qualcomm’s official doc on SD835 chipset has it that its CPU can be clocked at up to 2.45GHz, so there is till some performance boost the Galaxy S8 could receive if Samsung engineers are able to harness full power of the SD835 chip.

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What we are seeing now are results from untested waters. The Galaxy S8 with it’s gorgeous 5.8-inch 1440p sAMOLED display, 4GB of RAM and the monster Snapdragon 835 processor make a formidable package which would surely give competing OEMs a run for their money.

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Come March 29th, we’ll truly get to see how many horses the Snapdragon 835 processor will be able to pull, real world performance and what not.

Source: Geekbench