The rumors surrounding the upcoming Galaxy S22 seem to have not stopped, this phone has benchmark test results again, this time, we see the Qualcomm processor model, Exynos version has appeared last week. This device participating in the test uses the Snapdragon 895 chipset and 8G memory. The chipset provides a 3.0GHz core, three 2.5GHz cores, and four 1.79GHz energy-saving cores. The device runs on the Android 12 system.
Unfortunately, the Galaxy S22 equipped with the Snapdragon 895 performed poorly in the Geekbench test run, both single-core and multi-core. There are some reasons behind this. The Galaxy S22 equipped with the Snapdragon 895 performs poorly, but this is not all. First, the benchmark test may be completely false. We have seen this in the past. Secondly, we are still waiting for the official release of Snapdragon 895, which is likely to be a sample.
Before the mobile phone is ready to go on the market, mobile phone manufacturers will optimize the hardware and software. Therefore, it is another possibility that the chipset and software are not currently optimized. As for why the score is so low, there are countless possibilities, and we do not yet have enough answers. We know that the Galaxy S22 series is likely to debut at the end of this year. If Samsung does this, it will not satisfy many users who have bought the Galaxy S21 for less than a year.