This evening, an unknown Samsung handset underwent a benchmark on AnTuTu, scoring a whopping 95,972 points. That score is apparently the highest benchmark score ever for a smartphone.
The handset has model number SM-8508S. Note that this can’t be the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. The two upcoming handsets’ scores have already popped up, scoring very similar to that of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge . That leaves only one prediction that could be made. Signs point towards this being the Galaxy S7.
Recently, we heard the Galaxy S7 could be arriving earlier than its usual release date. Normally, an event is held at Mobile World Congress early in the year. The reports said that the handset could be ready as soon as December of this year. However, this is very unlikely to be the case.
No further details have been leaked containing any of the device’s dimensions or internal specifications. Whatever is powering this handset, it must be stronger than anything that is currently on the market even more than Samsung’s own Exynos 7420 chipset. We are talking about some serious power in this thing. Time will tell what Samsung has up its sleeve.