Samsung’s latest flagships to be the most powerful devices

And we are just few days away from the Samsung’s MWC event and guess what, we have got too many leaks showing the inner sculpture of the device which will be announced on that day. Both of these devices have been seen in many previous leaks.


The Galaxy S6 Edge which has a unique display has appeared in popular benchmark Geekbench’s benchmark database and shows impressive performance. According to Geekbench, the Galaxy S6 Edge is powered by a Exynos 7420 processor and scored 1,492 points in the single-core test and 5,077 points in the multi-core test which also hints at the fastest of all smartphones as of yet.

In the single-core test, the score are a bit lower than the iPhone 6 Plus and Nexus 9 counting at 1492. As this is a pre-release model, so we can expect something more from the finally crafted product.


Another leak which featured AnTuTu benchmarks revealed that the same device scored 60,978 which simply put is the best result ever recorded on AnTuTu and by quite some margin. The next on their list was Galaxy Alpha having a score of 50,829. Last year’s Galaxy flagship, the Galaxy S5, scored 46,557 which, whilst a respectable figure itself in terms of AnTuTu scores.


These benchmarks also helped reveal few more statistics and specification of the new Galaxy S6 Edge. It sports a 5.1 inch display with Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution and is powered by a 2.1GHz Samsung Exynos octa-core processor. It also supposedly features 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, a 20MP rear camera, a 5MP front facing camera and Android 5.0.2 Lollipop OS (with Samsung’s own TouchWiz interface on top).

Both the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will have similar internal schema so we can expect the same kind of performance from the flagship too. Unless these device are tuned for higher benchmark scores, they will be the fastest and powerful devices as of yet.

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