Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S7, has appeared in the Antutu database. The benchmark reports that it has spotted the smartphone running tests, although the specifications aren’t quite what was expected. Rumours had the S7 as running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, although the one reported by Antutu appears to be sporting a home-grown Exynos 8890 instead.
According to Antutu, the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be featuring a 5.1-inch QHD display. RAM was pegged at 4GB, while it sports some 64GB of internal storage. The camera appears to have been knocked down by a few megapixels and now stands at 12 MP on the rear and 5 MP on the front.
No score has been shared yet, but it’s still too early for a benchmark to have much meaning. The difference in processor is rather suspicious; although it is likely that some variants of the Galaxy S7 will be running on Samsung’s own Exynos 8890 chipset, while others will sport the Snapdragon 820. After all, the S7 is expected to be shipped in a range of sizes and display types.
There is only a month or so to go before Samsung is set to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S7 at Mobile World Congress, and we can expect more rumours to pop up as the date draws nearer.