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Samsung Exynos 7420 gives Geekbench 3.0 a visit

There’s been a lot of talk about what SoC, between the Snapdragon 810 and the Exynos 7420, the upcoming Galaxy S6 would feature at launch. While there’s plenty information available about the Snapdragon 810, we don’t know much about the Exynos 7420… that is, until now. The SoC was spotted at the Geekbench 3.0 database moments back, and the listing gives a fair insight at how the SoC will fare at daily tasks, thanks to benchmark figures. In the single-core and multi-core tests, the Exynos 7420 scores 1520 and 5478 points respectively;. This probably comes from a prototype of the Galaxy S6 that was used to perform benchmark tests. Additionally, the 1.5GHz clock frequency on the listing suggests that could be the slower Cortex-A53 in action.

Most listed specifications are in line with previous leaks and rumours. However, the listing mentions the prototype to have 3GB of RAM, which is in contrast to previous leaks which have pointed at a possible 4GB of on-board RAM on the Galaxy S6.

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magmar100
magmar100

So the 1500 Single Core Score are the A57 Cores and the 5500 are all 8 Cores combined.
That is the only reason i can guess why the Multi Core Score is 2000 Points higher than the QS810. The 810 only allows 4 Cores at the same time. So the 2000 difference are the 4 missing A53 Cores.

kronicle
kronicle

This is because Qualcomm unlike Samsung as ARM’s lead foundry on Big/Little designs were already working as members of HSA (heterogeneous computing w/ dissimilar cores and clock speeds) Foundation. While Qualcomm were busy failing at designing their Own 64bit ARM cores. Without Qualcomm having yet to integrate HSA API’s and framework into 810, they can only run similar cores at the same clock speed. So they must run either the A53 cores or just the A57 cores. Like Samsung was doing on first Exynos chips before integrating HSA API’s into the platform. In order to run every core at a… Read more »

sammami
sammami

But Custom rom for Exynos dont have! Because of that i don’t like Exynos.

Wanamingo
Wanamingo

Well, this time there is no QC 810 alternative so the developers will be “pushed” by the owners of the S6, and luckily the lack of proper support from Samsung in terms of providing sources or documentation for their processors that tormented the Dev Scene in the past, will be forgotten.

j2001m
j2001m

100% plus the 810 phones are going to be crap

j2001m
j2001m

It’s now very clear why Samsung is sending home the 810 it crap

dreadlord52
dreadlord52

jesus christ! 1.5 GHz???? and 20 or 16 nm? LPDDR4 RAM? It will be battery monster!

hot_spare
hot_spare

That would most likely be the clock for A53 cores. A57 cores should be clocked a bit higher, towards 2GHz.

cachirulojr
cachirulojr

Wooooow too power

Cavalera90
Cavalera90

This is getting really close to the iPhone 6’s singlecore score of ~1620!!

Which is insane, because the iPhone only has two cores and therefore relies on beefy single core perfomance!

dreadlord52
dreadlord52

Nvidia K1=1850+ single core

hot_spare
hot_spare

Did you forget nVidia TDP? Denver is similar to Transmeta architecture and really poorly optimized. There is some internal code translation and does in-order execution which is different from other ARM architecture. This is poorly optimized for Android as found in Nexus 9. Performance numbers don’t tell the whole story about that SOC.

j2001m
j2001m

That score is also on a crap,screen and not 2k

hot_spare
hot_spare

This is Geekbench, doesn’t depend on screen resolution. Learn to read before you comment.

hot_spare
hot_spare

Compared to Qualcomm 810:

browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench3/compare/1708087?baseline=1780313