Unnammed device shows up on AnTuTu benchmark with a massive score of 200,000+
There has been a recent sighting of a smartphone in AnTuTu and even though we didn’t have a leak of some sort or even a name to go by on this one, it has managed to blow us off with the massive score that it managed to score on the benchmark. Never before have we seen a score like this on the AnTuTu benchmark and never before has a device managed to score past the 200,000 mark with even the current record holder being the newly launched iPhone 7 that runs on an Apple A10 chipset.
This unnamed device is still in the prototype stage and it scored a record 203,737 on the benchmark, toppling the 172,644 that was record by the latest additions of the Apple device maker. For now, we are speculating that this is perfectly poised to be the Samsung Galaxy S8 that is bound to launch next year and we are not just guessing anyhow but with privileged information also.
Since we are expecting this one to be powered by the latest Exynos 8895 processor that would be manufactured on a highly efficient 10nm process, it is therefore bound to be faster and better than the likes of the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy Note 7 that are powered by the soon-to-be smaller Galaxy Note 7.
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