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Verizon Galaxy Note 7 with Android 6.0.1 at GB

The Verizon Galaxy Note 7 will likely run a Snapdragon processor, seeing that Samsung has committed to utilizing Snapdragon manufacturer Qualcomm for the US and Chinese devices, and with the Note 7 on the way, should make an entrance at some point. Thanks to a new report, we have an instance where the Verizon Galaxy Note 7 has finally made an entrance on the market by stopping at GeekBench (or GB, rather) to show us its power.

The Verizon Galaxy Note 7, bearing model number SM-N930V, posted a single-core score of 2,200 points, which is far higher than the Galaxy Note 7 Lite benchmarks we’ve seen this week, but slightly below the 2,300 single-core points that the Exynos SoC Galaxy Note 7 scored at Geekbench.

In the multi-core score, the Verizon Galaxy Note 7 scored 4,469 points which is still a strong showing for the upcoming device but far below the Exynos Galaxy Note 7’s multi-core scoring — which stands at a whopping 8,110 points. In other words, the Snapdragon-powered Verizon Galaxy Note 7 (and other US variants with other carriers) will only prove half as powerful as the Exynos Galaxy Note 7.

There is another thing worth noting: the Verizon Galaxy Note 7 is running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, not the Android Nougat (7.0) update that Google has announced already. This is likely indicative that the Galaxy Note 7 will not come with Google’s latest sweet treat but instead, the current Android OS update (6.0.1). This wouldn’t be surprising: after all, Google won’t announce the new HTC Nexus Marlin, HTC Nexus Sailfish, and Huawei Nexus 6P (2016) until September — an entire month after Samsung announces the Galaxy Note 7.

If Samsung’s next-generation Note is to go on sale an entire month (or more, perhaps as early as 6 weeks) before the new-generation Nexii are announced, then it’s highly unlikely the Verizon Galaxy Note 7 or any other, for that matter, will bear Android 7.0 Nougat. This means that Samsung will push out Nougat to the Galaxy Note 7 after it is announced and arrives on the current Nexus 6P (2015), Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6 first. With the search engine giant’s track record, October is the preferable month to see Google push out Android Nougat to current Nexus devices — with OEMs pushing it out afterwards.

At this point, keep in mind that these benchmarks are indicative of testing, and the new Verizon Galaxy Note 7 could very well arrive with Android 7.0 onboard. The chances are greater, however, that the Korean giant is testing out Android Nougat on the Galaxy Note 7 (which already exists, thanks to its model number) and is simply waiting for the nod from Google to push it out. The announcement, set for August 2nd, must come first, however.

 

Single-Core ScoreMulti-Core Score
Geekbench 3.4.1 for Android AArch64
22004469

Result Information

Upload DateJuly 10 2016 04:28 AM
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System Information

samsung SM-N930V
Operating SystemAndroid 6.0.1
Modelsamsung SM-N930V
ProcessorQualcomm Qualcomm @ 1.59 GHz
1 processor, 4 cores
Processor IDARM implementer 81 architecture 8 variant 1 part 517 revision 2
L1 Instruction Cache0 KB
L1 Data Cache0 KB
L2 Cache0 KB
L3 Cache0 KB
Motherboardmsm8996
BIOS
Memory3383 MB

Integer Performance

Single-core1975
Multi-core4873
AES
Single-core
755
661.9 MB/sec
AES
Multi-core
1880
1.61 GB/sec
Twofish
Single-core
1884
105.7 MB/sec
Twofish
Multi-core
4902
275.1 MB/sec
SHA1
Single-core
8448
917.1 MB/sec
SHA1
Multi-core
24028
2.55 GB/sec
SHA2
Single-core
2903
125.6 MB/sec
SHA2
Multi-core
7418
321.0 MB/sec
BZip2 Compress
Single-core
1679
6.83 MB/sec
BZip2 Compress
Multi-core
4290
17.4 MB/sec
BZip2 Decompress
Single-core
1656
8.98 MB/sec
BZip2 Decompress
Multi-core
3547
19.2 MB/sec
JPEG Compress
Single-core
1707
23.8 Mpixels/sec
JPEG Compress
Multi-core
4455
62.1 Mpixels/sec
JPEG Decompress
Single-core
2306
57.0 Mpixels/sec
JPEG Decompress
Multi-core
5832
144.2 Mpixels/sec
PNG Compress
Single-core
1810
1.45 Mpixels/sec
PNG Compress
Multi-core
4636
3.70 Mpixels/sec
PNG Decompress
Single-core
1915
22.1 Mpixels/sec
PNG Decompress
Multi-core
4747
54.7 Mpixels/sec
Sobel
Single-core
2226
81.0 Mpixels/sec
Sobel
Multi-core
5165
188.0 Mpixels/sec
Lua
Single-core
1552
1.40 MB/sec
Lua
Multi-core
3587
3.22 MB/sec
Dijkstra
Single-core
1522
5.46 Mpairs/sec
Dijkstra
Multi-core
3304
11.9 Mpairs/sec

Floating Point Performance

Single-core1989
Multi-core4537
BlackScholes
Single-core
2371
10.6 Mnodes/sec
BlackScholes
Multi-core
5481
24.4 Mnodes/sec
Mandelbrot
Single-core
1940
1.99 Gflops
Mandelbrot
Multi-core
5155
5.28 Gflops
Sharpen Filter
Single-core
2892
2.14 Gflops
Sharpen Filter
Multi-core
6998
5.19 Gflops
Blur Filter
Single-core
3119
2.97 Gflops
Blur Filter
Multi-core
7488
7.14 Gflops
SGEMM
Single-core
1400
3.92 Gflops
SGEMM
Multi-core
2662
7.46 Gflops
DGEMM
Single-core
1300
1.91 Gflops
DGEMM
Multi-core
2636
3.87 Gflops
SFFT
Single-core
1634
1.72 Gflops
SFFT
Multi-core
3606
3.80 Gflops
DFFT
Single-core
1694
1.54 Gflops
DFFT
Multi-core
3750
3.42 Gflops
N-Body
Single-core
2061
765.1 Kpairs/sec
N-Body
Multi-core
4764
1.77 Mpairs/sec
Ray Trace
Single-core
2255
2.66 Mpixels/sec
Ray Trace
Multi-core
5528
6.52 Mpixels/sec

Memory Performance

Single-core3073
Multi-core3528
Stream Copy
Single-core
4065
16.2 GB/sec
Stream Copy
Multi-core
3769
15.0 GB/sec
Stream Scale
Single-core
2808
11.2 GB/sec
Stream Scale
Multi-core
3588
14.3 GB/sec
Stream Add
Single-core
2808
12.7 GB/sec
Stream Add
Multi-core
3336
15.1 GB/sec
Stream Triad
Single-core
2784
12.2 GB/sec
Stream Triad
Multi-core
3437
15.1 GB/sec

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