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Last updated on August 18th, 2017

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When a flagship phone is launched, every geeky eye looks for the SoC in it. Is it good for a flagship phone or it’s just another disappointment?

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As the flagship phone evolves, the chipset has to be improved, or else it’s just useless. . And, among them the one which has the most powerful and efficient SoC, takes the lead. The processor can be obviously referred as the “heart” of a smartphone. The better it is, the mightier the device and surely worthy of the title “Flagship device“.

Antutu benchmark test, sounds familiar? It’s the best benchmark platform to know the performance of a smartphone. It lets the user report the scores of their device combining which, it announces the Top 10 performers, top 10 GPU and so on.

So, without wasting much of your time we take the source of benchmarks to help you know about the powerful smartphone SoC till date. As, technology can’t be predicted and may be a few minutes after writing this, the facts may change.

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Here’s the report from Antutu:

antutu report

And, after we studied the Antutu reports, we come to a conclusion that – Samsung’s Exynos 7420 is the most powerful SoC till date. It can be found running on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 variants.


Exynos 7240 is the first 14nm silicon chip embedded in a smartphone. Samsung made a bold move by dropping Snapdragon 810 for its own SoC. However, Snapdragon 810 is the only competitor to Exynos 7420, but due to some heating issues and the performance was affected. 




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