Samsung Galaxy S7 with Snapdragon 820 SoC, 12MP BRITCELL sensor spotted clearing Antutu

Samsung Galaxy S7 has yet again cleared Antutu benchmark thereby revealing the specs of the alleged device. This time around the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 powered Samsung Galaxy S7 (SM-G935A) was spotted while clearing the benchmark. For those unaware the Samsung Galaxy S7 is reported to come with two different chips on board namely Exynos 8890 and Snapdragon 820.

Snapdragon 820 powered Galaxy S7 with 12MP BRITCELL sensor spotted

The specs of the alleged device which got incorporated into the benchmarking software's database give some insights regarding the upcoming Samsung flagship. Incidentally most of the specs of the Samsung Galaxy S7 have already been leaked via tipsters worldwide

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The Antutu benchmark listing shows the Samsung Galaxy S7 (SM-G935A) featuring a 5.1 inch QHD display, 4GB RAM, 64GB of on-board storage, 12MP BRITCELL rear camera and a 5MP front facing snapper. Besides that the smartphone runs on Android Marshmallow 6.0 with the company's own TouchWiz UI on top. While the Galaxy S7 variant which cleared the benchmark comes with a 64GB storage on board, it's highly unlikely for the Korean giant to dump the 32GB base variant in favour of this.

Snapdragon 820 powered Galaxy S7 with 12MP BRITCELL sensor spotted

Many are already scratching their head wondering over Samsung's decision to replace the 16MP units found on the Galaxy S6 with the all new 12MP one. However it's worth noting that Megapixels aren't all that counts. BRITCELL is the Korean electronics giant Samsung's own image processing sensor which uses a unique RBW pixel matrix.

Snapdragon 820 powered Galaxy S7 with 12MP BRITCELL sensor spotted

For those unware the standard sensor used in most cameras these days comes with RGB pixel matrix. By replacing the Green pixels with White Samsung claims to deliver a better low light performance and an improved dynamic range.

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