The Galaxy S7 dominated the iPhone 6s in bechmark tests


s7-970-80Recently, there have been more talk than usual from Samsung. After all,  it is the direct competition of the iPhone and a large number of readers interested in knowing that it has been able to improve its new flagship that has lagged behind.

Antutu-top10-1In recent comparisons that you have shown, we have seen how the camera Galaxy S7, with the new sensor, it takes a lot of advantage to that currently integrates the iPhone 6s. In addition you also have shown several comparative where we see water resistance and falls between the two devices.

But in the comparison that we showed today, let’s talk about the processor performance of both devices. On one side are the Galaxy processor, the Qualcomm 820 while the iPhone 6s is the A9 processor, as you all know. Last year Apple with its A9 processor, widely outperformed its rivals chips Exynos Samsung and Qualcomm Kirin, despite still use a dual-core architecture, while some manufacturers come up to eight. Three months reign has lasted to A9 chip.

Antutu-top10-2In the ranking of best processors published by An Tu Tu, both the iPhone 6s as the iPhone 6s Plus they are defeated by the Snapdragon 820 Qualconn processor used by the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, and other manufacturers that come along of this year. The Snapdragon 820, has four cores and Adreno 530 graphics scores with some 136,383 in performance tests An Tu Tu, standing just above the A9 iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, which achieves a score of 132,656.

In third place we find the Exynos 8890 processor, manufactured by Samsung and which is also available on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge but only in some countries, reaching a score of 129,865. In the fourth, and far behind the third place we find the Kirin 950 processor with a score of 92,746.

The test results of the GPU are even more impressive for Qualcomm processor. The Adreno 530 chip an average score of 55,098 while the iPhone 6s A9 graphics only get 39,104. As for the Exynos 8890, he gets a score of 37,545, remaining in third place.

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