The Samsung Galaxy S6 will most likely be unveiled next month at Mobile World Congress (MWC 2015). We have not seen much about the Galaxy S6 up until now with the AnTuTu benchmark score. Before today, all we have been hearing about the Galaxy S6 is that it will not be using Qualcomm’s processor but rather its own Exynos processor.
The latest benchmark score show that the Galaxy S6 will be a very impressive Smartphone.
From the test results, we can see that the Galaxy S6 has an Octa-core 7420 Exynos processor with speeds of up to 2.1GHz. It has earned a 60,978 Antutu score, this is way above anything that has been recorded by either a snapdragon 810 or Mediatek processor. This may give the Galaxy S6 a lead performance-wise compared to other Smartphones.
To achieve these high performance numbers, expect the Galaxy S6 to consume more power and have a high heat output.
Keep in mind Samsung has been accused of benchmark cheating before so we will take these figures with a pinch of salt. If the numbers turn out to be truly, The Galaxy 6 will truly be a beasty Smartphone.