Samsung released the Galaxy S6 and curved screen S6 Edge last night, upgrades compared to S4, S5, S6 are more obvious sincerity, metal frame + push fingerprinting, software and hardware overhaul. The biggest change in the configuration is to completely abandon the Qualcomm processors as samsung is now using its own Exynos 7420 64-bit processor featuring 8-Core. Today the foreign media revealed the benchmarks of Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, AnTuTu benchmark score crossed 69000, even spike the Meizu MX4, and storage performance is simply bursting, sequential read and write reached 314,139MB / s.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Benchmark Revealed


Look at PhoneArena reports, the first is to run sub-loved AnTuTu benchmark  v5.6, reach 69,019 points, compared with the Meizu MX4 level of about 4k extremely far higher.

Storage performance testing, sequential read/write 314.87MB / s

On storage performance, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge simply burst, and last year’s Galaxy S5 writes performance was about 24MB / s, now S6 Edge sequential read speeds of up to 314MB / s, write speed 139MB / s, which is almost more than the speed of SSD drives almost a year ago.

Two days before the launch of the Samsung UFS 2.0 standard flash memory, performance is much higher than the latest eMMC 5.1.

GFEXBench graphics performance

The graphics performance of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is not too impressive, the Manhattan scene off-screen 19fps frames, almost level with the iPhone 6, but the S6 / Edge is using 2K screen, which will be a drag on the number of gaming performance.

Geekbench 3 test

Single-core 1475 points, multi-core 5004 points, 8-core 64-bit Cortex-A57 run single-threaded or multi-threaded in both points are really good so we can expect very strong performance.

Also Read: Galaxy S6 / S6 edge Demo Experience: Samsung’s best phone ever

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