However, comparing the results, it is worth remembering that Meizu PRO 5 we promise to show very soon, September 25, and the Samsung Galaxy S7 will appear officially in about six months. Meizu also promised PRO 5 in two variants, with different chipsets. Geekbench got one on Exynos 7420. It is this modification in the test multicore gaining nearly 5,600 points, and Samsung Galaxy S7 behind, showing the result only in 5200 points. If to compare with the existing Samsung Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, they are still a bit off.
Not long ago benchmark was discovered Geekbench figures are the result of testing a smartphone, which judging by the marking, in the future will be the Galaxy S7. In addition, Geekbench has caught the data about passing a similar test smartphone Meizu PRO 5. We used that Samsung surprise us with big numbers and "unrealistic" benchmark results. What happened this time?
Posted on September 16, 2015 at 14:00