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Likely model of the Galaxy S7 with Exynos 8890 chip gets benchmarked

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While #Samsung is largely believed to be launching the #GalaxyS7 with the #Qualcomm #Snapdragon820 SoC, a new revelation suggests that the company might also be trying something from its own backyard, in the form of the #Exynos 8890.

A new benchmark listing has revealed that the Galaxy S7 with this chipset could be released in 3GB and 4GB RAM variants, which creates some confusion, but we’re hoping there will be more clarity over the coming days as the device is still under testing.

Codenamed Project Lucky, the LTE model is shown to be packing 4GB of RAM while the standard non-LTE model supposedly has 3GB of RAM. The manufacturer is also testing the handset in various CPU clock speeds, so it’s clear that the company wants to test multiple variants of the flagship before bringing it to the markets.

Luckily for Samsung, there’s still plenty of time left for February, so it can try out various hardware combinations of the flagship.

Source: GeekBench

Via: Phone Arena

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