Even as Samsung is gearing up to launch its Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, details are emerging of a new mystery device that could well be the most powerful smartphone yet.
According to details published by tech blog WCCFtech, a Samsung device, possibly the Galaxy S7 that could be released next year, has achieved a score of 96,000 points during a benchmark test by AnTuTu, making it the most powerful device yet.
That’s also about 37 per cent increase compared to the benchmark score obtained by Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
According to details published by tech blog WCCFtech, a Samsung device, could be released next year, has achieved a score of 96,000 points during a benchmark test. (Supplied)
The Galaxy S7 is rumoured to be launched in February 2016, during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The new device could be powered by the forthcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, features of which could be unveiled during the coming weeks.
According to rumours, the new chip could boost the performance of a device by 40 per cent compared to Snapdragon 10, apart from a 30 per cent increase in battery life.
Meanwhile, another benchmark report that is making the rounds is that of the Galaxy Note 5, which is expected to be powered by Samsung's own Exynos 7422 chipset.
Samsung is expected to unveil the new Note along with Galaxy S6 Edge on August 12.