Just over a week ago we first spotted what could potentially be the Samsung Galxaxy S6 Edge on the popular AnTuTu benchmark site, and now the much talked about device seems have now made an appearance on another benchmark site; Geekbench.
The AnTuTu benchmark results showed that the device will allegedly feature Samsung’s new flagship mobile processor, the Exynos 7420 which is 64-bit and has 8 cores along with an ARM Mali-T760 GPU. The results also showed that the device will have 3GB of RAM, 32GB (possibly up to 128GB) of memory and also a 5.1 inch display with curved sides that has a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels; in addition to this the Galaxy S6 Edge will also have a 20MP rear camera and a 5MP front facing camera. Finally, the device will also be running the most recent version of Android too, which is currently 5.0.2
Looking at the latest bit of information that’s been discovered, for anyone who doesn’t know, Geekbench focuses primarily on processor power and from the results of this benchmark test, it confirms what we already found out from the AnTuTu benchmark results; the Galaxy S6 Edge will indeed feature the Exynos 7420 processor and also will have 3GB of RAM.
Hopefully the benchmark results from AnTuTu will turn out to be fairly accurate (they usually are), if so, I’m sure you’ll agree that the Galaxy S6 Edge will certainly be a powerful, appealing device for current Samsung fans, and no doubt will catch the attention of current Apple users too.
If all goes to plan, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is likely to be announced during Samsung’s Unpack 2015 press conference at MWC 2015 on Sunday the 1st of March.
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