Galaxy S8 with Exynos 8895 appears on GeekBench, beats the Snapdragon 835


samsung exynos 8895

Samsung’s latest Exynos 8895 chipset seems to have been spotted in a benchmark result over on GeekBench. Samsung’s notoriously known for shipping their devices with two different SoCs depending on the markets. But thus far we’ve mostly focused on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 version, which from previous leaks we know scored 1929 points in single-threaded tests and 6084 under multi-core loads.

Well, how does the Exynos 8895’s Samsung Galaxy S8 compare to it then? Let’s have a look at its score.

Samsung S8 Plus Exynos 8895

Knowing Samsung’s naming scheme we can safely assume the device in the benchmark is a Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus with 4GB of RAM (the 6GB version is said to be available only in China). By looking at the mere numbers, it’s obvious the Exynos 8895 outperforms the Snapdragon 835 by few points in single-core operations and slightly more in multi-core loads.

Samsung Exynos 8895 vs Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
Courtesy of gsmarena.com

In the graph above we can also see how the Samsung Exynos 8895 scores more than the Huawei Mate 9 with the Kirin 960, the multi-core king up until now.

Either way, we only have to wait a few weeks to finally see one of the most awaited and leaked phones of the past years. What do you guys think about these scores? Which version would you get had you the option, Exynos or Snapdragon?

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22 Comments

  1. Brooklyn701
    March 17, 2017

    SD 4 Life … Mofo!!! Screw Samsung…

    • Muhammad Yasir
      March 17, 2017

      exynos beat SD ass pretty bad

    • AHappyKoalaBear
      March 19, 2017

      the exynos s7 has way better battery life than the sd version, US customers are fucked lol, long live the European exynos version

  2. March 17, 2017

    The kirin version …

    • Lazar Prodanovic
      March 17, 2017

      Nope, Kirin 960 turned out to be horribly bad put to silicone.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        March 17, 2017

        “Kirin 960 turned out to be horribly bad put to silicone”

        how so ?

        and what does ‘put to silicon’ means ?

  3. March 17, 2017

    But for real, is the mate 9 really that good? Wow! But following previous trends, the S6 with Exynos processor was way better than the SD 810 powered devices, last years S7 with the Exynos though slightly lower in bench marks was faster in apps launching and running than the SD820 ( at least that’s what most reviews comparing the two reported. (correct or forgive me)) so am a bit biased towards the Exynos version. But we’ll just have to wait n see.

  4. Guest
    March 17, 2017

    SD 4 Life … Mofo!!! Screw Samsung…

    • Guest
      March 17, 2017

      exynos beat SD ass pretty bad

    • AHappyKoalaBear
      March 20, 2017

      the exynos s7 has way better battery life than the sd version, US customers are fucked lol, long live the European exynos version

  5. Muhammad Yasir
    March 17, 2017

    Exynos … i need money tho

  6. kfjm254
    March 17, 2017

    The kirin version …

    • Lazar Prodanovic
      March 17, 2017

      Nope, Kirin 960 turned out to be horribly bad put to silicone.

    • Guest
      March 17, 2017

      “Kirin 960 turned out to be horribly bad put to silicone”

      how so ?

      and what does ‘put to silicon’ means ?

    • Lazar Prodanovic
      March 17, 2017

      I mean employed rooting with used cross elements & liberty’s on used 16nm FinFET TSMC proces, that usually means how it’s put on the silicone.
      So so…
      http://www.anandtech.com/show/11088/hisilicon-kirin-960-performance-and-power/4
      & take a look at page 5 to see disaster.

  7. kfjm254
    March 17, 2017

    But for real, is the mate 9 really that good? Wow! But following previous trends, the S6 with Exynos processor was way better than the SD 810 powered devices, last years S7 with the Exynos though slightly lower in bench marks was faster in apps launching and running than the SD820 ( at least that’s what most reviews comparing the two reported. (correct or forgive me)) so am a bit biased towards the Exynos version. But we’ll just have to wait n see.

  8. Flavi
    March 17, 2017

    Just give me a phone that has a good processor (SD801 0r 805 would do), an OS that isn’t battery hog, and most importantly, a camera setup that can compete with the likes of Samsung and LG (an IMX260 or 362 sensor with 1.7 aperture, OIS, good lens, manual mode with RAW DNG capture, long exposure shots as long as 5 minutes, and the most important, a Lumia-like camera software algorithm). I’m sold!

    • Joseph Yi
      March 22, 2017

      You don’t mind screen quality?

  9. Guest
    March 17, 2017

    Exynos … i need money tho

  10. Guest
    March 17, 2017

    Just give me a phone that has a good processor (SD801 0r 805 would do), an OS that isn’t battery hog, and most importantly, a camera setup that can compete with the likes of Samsung and LG (an IMX260 or 362 sensor with 1.7 aperture, OIS, good lens, manual mode with RAW DNG capture, long exposure shots as long as 5 minutes, and the most important, a Lumia-like camera software algorithm). I’m sold!

    • Joseph Yi
      March 22, 2017

      You don’t mind screen quality?