Now that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is officially unveiled, it's time to do the contrast with Apple's iPhone 7 at power level. The...
Now that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is officially unveiled, it's time to do the contrast with Apple's iPhone 7 at power level. The design evaluated here is the Galaxy S8 with the Exynos 8895 processor, specifically the design that will be offered in France and other countries. Some nations, such as the United States, will have Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor and not the Samsung home processor because of on-site operator networks.
At the AnTuTu test, the Galaxy S8 gets the score of 174 155. It therefore becomes the most powerful mobile phone, however the difference with the iPhone 7 Plus is more than light. Certainly, Apple's smart device released in 2015 is at 173,110. Samsung is doing better, however just 0.6%.
At the level of the GeekBench test, the difference is a little more noticeable when all the cores are utilized. The Galaxy S8 gets the score of 6,339, where the iPhone 7 Plus gets 5,664. The difference is 11.92% here. Regarding the GeekBench test with a single processor core utilized, the iPhone 7 Plus remains far ahead of the competitors. It gets ball game of 3,473, where the Galaxy S8 has 1,974. The distinction is 76% all the same.
As a tip, the multi-core test is intriguing for video games, video editing or other heavy applications. The test with a single core concerns light usage and therefore more classical uses (Internet, Mail, social networks, etc).