Samsung Galaxy S6 Benchmark Test

Samsung Galaxy S6 Benchmark Test

Samsung Galaxy SVI is set to beat all the Android smartphones in new benchmark test. Samsung is expected to double the speed of Galaxy S6 as compared to the Apple’s iPhone 6. Speaking of the current gen Samsung Galaxy S4, what sets it apart from others is not only the features but also the processor set loaded into it and Samsung Galaxy S6 won’t be any different either.

Talking about the Samsung S4, it scored about 3163 points in the benchmark-test. While the HTC One scored 2687 points & the Apple’s iPhone5 has scored just 1596 points.

Benchmark Test Scores

Benchmark Test Scores

The Galaxy S6 is rumored to run a massively powerful hexa core processor, which provides better power efficiency and memory management as compared to its predecessors. This speculation is quite believable, since the S4 sports an octa core processor. This smartphone is featured to have a Exynos 5 hexa core processor with a 6 core ARM-Mali T628 besides a 4GB RAM.  This hexa core processor gives this phone 50 percent more CPU-Power with over twice 3D graphics. This Samsung processor is sure to deliver a high end-graphics processing system.

One of the things that the testers like was that Samsung didn’t use their own Exynos 5 hexa core processor. And this S6 processor is very much expected to beat all the current-processors in one-time.

Samsung Galaxy SVI

Samsung Galaxy SVI

The various benchmark tests used are :

  • Quadrant benchmark test
  • AnTuTu benchmark test
  • Vellamo benchmark test
  • Linpack-Single Thread benchmark test
  • NenaMark benchmark test
  • GL benchmark test.

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