Samsung Galaxy S7 spotted on Geekbench
The upcoming Galaxy S7 is also known as Project Lucky and, if the rumors turn out to be true, Samsung will unveil it in more than six months from now. Earlier this month, a variant of this next-gen flagship has been spotted on Geekbench. The handset tested back then had 4G LTE and 4 GB of memory, and now one of its siblings shows up carrying less memory and without 4G connectivity.
The new Galaxy S7 lacks 4G LTE and only appears to feature 3 GB of memory, but seems to compensate with slightly higher benchmark scores. The LTE variant scored 1415 for single core and 4932 for multi-core while the new variant achieved 1532 and 5434. However, the Geekbench entries also reveal that these two handsets use different processors, both eight-core parts - ARMv8 @ 1.38 GHz for the LTE Lucky and ARM SAMSUNG @ 1.50 GHz for the other.
Previous rumors mentioned that Samsung plans to launch a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820-powered Galaxy S7 on the US market that will feature a 20 MP camera with a lens cover, but this handset is also expected to bring back the microSD slot. Obviously, all the above should be taken with a grain of salt for now.