Galaxy S6 Edge pops up on GeekBench with higher record, confirming Exynos 7420 and Android 5.0.2
A Galaxy S6 Edge model (SM-G925F) rеsurfaced on GeekBench with even higher record multicore scores, indicating that as we are getting closer to launch and the software gets more polished, the retail units might just as well decimate everything in their way, even the iPad Air 2, for the foreseeable future. Needless to say, this is all due to the octa-core Exynos 7420 chipset that manages to crush it with 1,495 points in the single-core, and the breathtaking 5,375 points in the multi-core test, putting the new Samsung flagship at the top of the mobile game.
Furthermore, with TouchWiz eventually streamlined and rewritten from scratch with 64-bit processing in mind, we just might witness a software revolution in Samsung's bread-and-butter Galaxy S line, too. The GeekBench entry confirms with certainty that we will see the new 14nm Exynos on board, coupled with 3 GB of DDR4 RAM, and, excitingly enough, the very latest Android 5.0.2 will be making a splash with Samsung's new flagship liner, too.