With an AnTuTu Benchmark score of 205,284 points, the Galaxy S8 is the world’s first smartphone to surpass the milestone of 200,000 performance points.
According to a video leak on Chinese social networking site, a device code-named SM-950, shows that, after testing the performance through the AnTuTu Benchmark software, the score reached 205,284. The SM-G950 is said to be code-named Samsung Galaxy S8, and the video also displays this information.
If the “super” performance score of Galaxy S8, this “super” coming soon will surpass the iPhone 7 (181,807 points) and One Plus 3T (162,423 points) to rise to the top of the the power of AnTuTu rankings. Phonearena predicts, to achieve this performance point, the Galaxy S8 may have been heavily configured by Korean electronics firm, including the Snapdragon 835 processor, or Exynos 8895, along with 6 GB of RAM. (Even 8 GB).
According to some rumors, Galaxy S also features a screen resolution of 2K with a large display area, built-in iris sensors, fingerprint sensor on the back, 1000fps slow-speed camera. Ant will debut March 29 in New York (USA) and hit shelves at the end of April 2017.