Samsung new “Lucky-LTE” smartphone is next performance beast?

Years ago, Samsung has ditched the use of Qualcomm processor after successful design and manufacture of their 14nm Exynos processor which is currently used in Galaxy S6 and later devices. However, since Samsung Exynos processor is always classified under sub-par processor when compared to Qualcomm chipset, benchmark scores and stress test result would always favour the high-end Snapdragon model.

This time, a new unreleased Samsung Exynos processor was revealed on Geekbench benchmark score list. A smartphone dubbed Samsung “Lucky-LTE” was powered by Exynos 8890 SoC which gave a benchmark score with single core score at 1336 and 4824 more multi-core performance. This could indicates a new Samsung model running this processor could be released on the early 2016. What could the name be?


A Samsung 'Lucky-LTE' device crops up with an Exynos 8890 and 4GB RAM, posts great score


Source: PhoneArena