AnTuTu test Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S6 edge, HTC One M9, Sony Xperia Z5 Premium

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First benchmark test Antutu from Barcelona: Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, HTC One M9, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, Samsung Galaxy S7, Sony Xperia Z5 Premium

44 Comments on AnTuTu test Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S6 edge, HTC One M9, Sony Xperia Z5 Premium

  1. Why the hell is false information going around about SoC and device performance!

    First of all to clear this whole resolution thing out of the way Antutu has algorithms to calculate performance of a device fairly despite the resolution difference. It calculates the ratio of FPS to resolution and gives it a score based on that. Don't believe me look at the Z5 Premium and the S6. Their graphics score is nearly identical despite the fact that the S6 was lagging the frames at 1440p and the Z5 Premium was pumping a nice framerate at 1080p. Same goes with every other device as well.

    For those who say that the Iphone 6s+ is more powerful than a S7 that is the truth (Despite your personal preference). However this does NOT AT ALL mean that the A9 is more powerful than the 820. Android devices carry slight variations of the same chipset. For example the Snapdragon 820 on the S7 scores around 127,000-128,000 slightly below the 132,000 on the A9 (Iphone 6S+). Wheras on the other hand the Snapdragon 820 on the Xiaomi MI 5 scores around 142,000. (You can check the Mi 5 benchmarks if you want)

    I hope I cleared any misconceptions or doubts anybody might have had on this matter. :)

  2. to iphone fanboys
    you can not compare android scores to android scores
    IOS is very simple . but android is more complicated and open just like windows OS on PC
    FOR EXAMPLE IF The iphone 6s was running Android he won't even get 4000 on antutu
    but any way iphone cpu cannot handle something big as android

  3. It's 50% hardware and 50% software. I mean you need of course good hardware but also a very good optimization. Thats a small advantage of iPhone. But If Antutu could only benchmark the hardware, even the iPhone 6s Plus would be terribly for that price espeacially.

  4. Synthetic benchmarks means nothing on phones. It's all about software optimization if you want a smooth stable experience. With that said, the S7 is clearly way ahead of the z5. Both of them have the same SD820. Either Samsung's new copper heat pipe is actually working or that's the Exynos chip.

  5. My Galaxy Note5 result is similar to that S6 Edge. Why is that? Other 2015 Samsung flagships in the Antutu chart shows 80000 and up. and that Garden 3D test is si laggy on Samsung and Sony. but S7s doing Great job. It seems better amd way much smoother because of GPU Perf?

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