As we approach MWC and Samsung Galaxy S7’s inevitable debut, the aforementioned flagship phone continues to be exposed at an increasing rate. Last week we spotted the Galaxy S7 – model number SM-G930A (for AT&T) – in the Geekbench database, and today we’re touching on the same topic as model number SM-G930T (for T-Mobile) seems to have received the same treatment in Primelab’s backyard.
Needless to say, earlier today, benchmark results for the Galaxy S7 for T-Mobile popped up on Geekbench, revealing the usual hardware specifications, but rather unusual test results. As it turns out, the SM-G930T performs slightly better than AT&T’s variant, which means that T-Mobile’s model might be better prepared to hit the shelves; at least for now.
Take a look at the results below and join us afterwards for more details.
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T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S7 Appears in Geekbench
As our regular readers should be aware of, AT&T’s Galaxy S7 – which was benchmarked in late-January – scored 2,282 and 4,979 points in Geekbench’s single and multi-core tests respectively. Compared to the results yielded by Qualcomm’s reference device powered by the same Snapdragon 820, it seemed that the Galaxy S7 still had some catching up to do.
However, the same cannot be said for T-Mobile’s variant. Today, three separate results have been posted on Geekbench, reflecting the handset’s ability to tackle Primelab’s synthetic benchmark. At its lowest, the device scored 2,158 and 5,270 points in single and multi-thread tests, while topping 2,347 and 5,352 points at its highest.
The list of hardware specifications holds no mysteries and shows the same characteristics as before, including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC (revision 2), 4 GB of RAM, and Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
Keep in mind that these results have arrived more than a week later compared to AT&T’s model, and throughout this period of time the situation may have improved for other variants too.
We’ll keep you posted.