We have already put to the performance tests the new Samsung Galaxy S8, which also comes with a new mobile chip – Exynos 8895. It is quite normal for the device to perform better in the benchmarks compared to its predecessor but now we have the opportunity to see how precisely Galaxy S8 is more powerful than Galaxy S7, both in terms of computing (first two) and graphics (last three tests) performance. Below you can see a table of results for both smartphones as well as their percentage difference.
You can read more about Galaxy S7 in its review and soon there will be a Galaxy S8 one. If you happen to show interest, you can find current information about prices and availability of both models here: http://amzn.to/2reucfX
|Benchmarks||Samsung Exynos 8895||Samsung Exynos 8890|
|Geekbench 3 (Multi-Core)||5978 (+11%)||5391|
|Pi (lower is better)||13.126||14.740 (+12%)|
|GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex (offscreen)||121 (+46%)||83|
|GFXBench 3 Manhattan (offscreen)||63 (+57%)||40|
|GFXBench 3.1 Manhattan (offscreen)||42 (+45%)||29|
Both models have no problems with excessive rise in external temperatures and they did well in our test that includes measuring the hottest points after a continuous 3D gaming load.