Two models of the future smartphone Samsung Galaxy S7 were caught in the popular Geekbench benchmark. One of them - Project Lucky-LTE with 3 gigabytes of RAM, the second - Project Lucky with 4 gigabytes of RAM. One of the modifications is expected to get the screen size of 5.7 to 5.8-inch, the second will get the diagonal of 5.2-inch.
Earlier it was reported that the Galaxy S7 will be in two versions, which will also vary processors. One will be released on the Samsung Exynos 8890 (Mongoose), and the second on Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.
As for the results in Geekbench, the version with Exynos gaining a little more credit than Snapdragon, but that's probably because the frequency of work here, that is simply higher: 1.5 GHz against 1,38 GHz.
If you look at past antics Samsung, it's usually the version with Snapdragon run for United States and Exynos for the rest of the world.