Luka007, 21 Feb 2016Try this: not available in your country... :D (Well in mine it won't be)Oh yea,I forgot that...Sorry for you guys,Why Samsung is a b***h and it can't make only one version in the whole world ?
Now compare them to the Snapdragon 820 version Galaxy S7 and LG G5.
I'm waiting for the single core performance comparison and onscreen GPU comparison.
Meh I don't find these tests to be reliable. I'd imagine that retail versions would be better, the gpu scores are too low for me to trust it. It's supposed to be much higher than t760 but over here they're basically the same. (26 vs 24, for manhattan 3.0 for example).
And for some silly reason, the on - screen test is pretty much the same as off screen, which implies that doubling the number of pixels had basically no impact on performance. Numbers just don't make sense.
The benchmarks of the Xperia Z5 Premium really look like the onscreen is rendering at 1080p. I say this because there seems to be a power difference on the offscreen test; the S7 is a fair ways ahead there. This difference seems to be about the same as if the lower power of the Z5 rendering a lower resolution (assumably 1080p) could be compared to the higher power S7 powers a higher-resolution display-- 1440p. If you could follow that train of thought.
The exynos version is better only at the multi core performance,single core is weak,GPU is 2015 standard,adreno 530 is light years distance from Mali T880 MP12.I can't see any reason to buy the exynos veriant in favor of snapdragon 820.
snapdragon 820> exynos 8890 for GPU
exynos 8890 > snapdragon 820 for CPU
Real world performance will be same.
Samsung has nailed it this year too.
Does that mean the phone is now finally fast enough to deal with the Touchwiz bloat, lol?