Samsung Galaxy S6 Spotted At Antutu – Boasts Exynos 7420 And 20 MP Rear Camera

Ramish Zafar
Posted 2 years ago

Things have started to heat up in the Samsung Galaxy S6 territory. After we’ve seen repeated leaks about the device’s alleged specifications, today we have an Antutu benchmark that confirms several of the previous specifications rumored for the device. The Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to come with a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 and/or the Exynos 7420 Octa, a 20-MP rear camera and Quad HD resolution with a 5.5 inch screen. And today’s Antutu benchmark seems to confirm several of these.

446ac60f8dce48beb854bf3a75954334Samsung Galaxy S6 Spotted On Antutu – Boasts Exynos 7420 Wth 3 GB Of RAM.

To add more to the continuous Samsung Galaxy S6, Chinese site MyDrivers has managed to spot Samsung’s SM-G925F being used to upload data from Korea Telecom. Specifications of the SM-G925F can be seen above. As expected, the device will be coming with Samsung’s in house Exynos 7420 SoC on board, which will be supplemented with 3 GB of RAM for the device.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 will also be powered with the Mali T-760 GPU, which is already present on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The Exynos 7420 present in the benchmark above comes with four sets of cortex A53 and four sets of Cortex A57 cores to provide efficient load handling performance. Screen size for the Samsung Galaxy S6 appears to be 5.5 inches, and Quad HD resolution for the device also receives more credibility, with the resolution specified above being 1460 x 2550.


The Samsung Galaxy S6 should also be coming with Android Lollipop on board. And given the processor rumors for the device, this should be good news since with either the Snapdragon 810 or the Exynos 7420, users will be able to experience the software fully, sinch Android Lollipop is 64 bit in nature. Well, thats all that we have for you today folks. Let us know what you think in the comments section and stay tuned.

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