Samsung’s new Exynos 8895 performance details leaked, Single-Core performance weaker than Apple A10 Fusion


Samsung will launch Galaxy S8 next year probably at MWC, and they have already made huge business with Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, so they are looking forward to provide the best material for their upcoming smartphone. Samsung is reportedly making their new processor Exynos 8895 which will be used in Galaxy S8 and probably the Note lineup too. The performance details are leaked by a user and it says the Single-Core performance is less than the Apple’s new A10 Fusion chipset.


While Apple A10 Fusion Chipset has only 2 large cores and 2 small cores, the new Exynos 8895 will have Eight cores; four large cores and found small cores. The Geekbench Single-Core score of A10 Fusion is 3450 and Multi-Core score is 5600 points. The maximum frequency can reach up to 2.34GHz in A10 Fusion.

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According to a report by Weibo user, The Geekbench Single-Core score of new Exynos 8895 is 2301 and Multi-Core score is 7019 points and clocked at 3GHz. By overclocking, it can go up to 4GHz. So the single-core performance is weaker than the Apple A10 Fusion Chipset while the Multi-Core performance is really impressive.

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The new Exynos 8895 will use 10nm technology and CPU power consumption will be lower than 5W. The ISP image performance will be great and that will help to fulfill the need of Galaxy S8 Dual Camera.