Samsung is currently rumored to be working on the Galaxy S7, and speculations are rife that the handset will be made available in different variants. In the last week, an alleged Samsung Galaxy S7 flagship smartphone was spotted on GeekBench with “Samsung LUCKY-LTE” model name. Now, another variant with “Samsung Project Lucky” model name has passed GeekBench benchmarks.
According to GeekBench listing, the Samsung Project Lucky will be coming with 3 GB of RAM, Sam Mobile reported. It is powered by the Exynos 8890 chipset that is also referred to as Exynos M1.
It features eight custom processor cores that clocks at 1.5 GHz. The single core score recorded by the Samsung Project Lucky handset is 1532, while its multi-core score is 5434.
According to G for Games, the GeekBench score of the Samsung LUCKY-LTE reveals that it is also powered by the Exynos 8890 chipset (mentioned as universal8890) and carries support for LTE connectivity. It features 4 GB of RAM. The single core result of the Samsung LUCKY-LTE is 1409 whereas the multi-core result is 4882.
Both the alleged Galaxy S7 handsets spotted on GeekBench are test models. Hence, the specs are likely to change when the Galaxy S7 variants are finally released.
Rumors have it that one variant of the Galaxy S7 will come with 5.2 inches and the other premium edition of the Galaxy S7 will be featuring a 5.87-inch display. Even though the recent GeekBench listings suggest that the Galaxy S7 variants will be powered by Exynos 8890 SoC, speculations are rife that one of the variants will be powered by Snapdragon 820 chipset.
As of this writing, there is no rumor about the dual-edge curved display edition of the Galaxy S7. The Galaxy S6 flagship of this year does not feature a microSD slot since its features a glass and metal combination chassis. Early rumors indicate that apart from internal storage options of 32 GB and 64 GB, the Galaxy S7 will continue to sport a metal unibody chassis and still carry support for microSD slot.