Version of Samsung Galaxy S7 with Exynos 8890 has 3 and 4 GB RAM on GeekBench
With the approaching end of the year rumors of the next generation Galaxy Samsung smartphones will accelerate more. Last week it became clear that the company is preparing two versions of the Galaxy S7 – one with its own Exynos processor and another with one of Qualcomm – Snapdragon 820.
According to informed sources, the company has already tested prototype versions with Snapdragon 820, to ensure that the phones will not heat up and overheated as a Snapdragon 810. It is also claimed that this option will only be available to selected Asian markets.
Today in GeekBench benchmark test came about two new versions of the Samsung Galaxy S7, which will support the LTE network. One named Project Lucky-LTE, and the other only Project Lucky. Both work with Exynos 8890 processor. LTE option will have 4 GB of (RAM) memory, and the other will work with 3 GB.