Samsung Galaxy S7 Vs iPhone 7: War Between ‘A10’ And ‘Exynos 8890’

Samsung Galaxy S7 Vs iPhone 7: War Between ‘A10’ And ‘Exynos 8890’
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Kārlis Dambrāns / Flickr CC BY 2.0

Just before the launch iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, Samsung introduced two of its flagship phones, Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+. This did not help Samsung much. But now, upcoming products “Samsung Galaxy S7” and “iPhone 7” may compete against each other next.


With iPhone 7, Apple will try to retain its top position while Samsung will try to beat the iPhone via Galaxy S7. In a race to become the best, both brands are working hard on their next line of products to pack excellent technologies in their latest devices.

So Galaxy S7 vs Iphone 7? Exynos 8890 or A19? Which one to choose?

One such thing both the brands are working on is the processor. While buying smartphones, not many people pay attention to the chip used, but this is what defines the performance of the phone.

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iPhone 7 will be powered by the latest A10 chip, which will be manufactured only by TSMC. Using TSMC’s integrated fan out (InFO) architecture, the chip is supposed to be built on a 16-nanometer process. Experts believe that the A10 is going to be faster than its predecessor. The news is that with A10, Apple will also be able to integrate system-in-package chip into iPhone 7. The result? It would improve the iPhone 7’s battery size, reduce the device’s size, and increase the number of internal components.

Samsung Galaxy S7, on the other hand, will be powered by two different chips, either by Snapdragon 820 or the Exynos 8890 chip. Whereas the phones powered by Qualcomm’s chip would make Galaxy S7 perform 40% faster than the ones powered by the Snapdragon 810 chip, Exynos 8890 will offer LTE speeds as well as tri-band carrier aggregation. Samsung’s chips will also help the company make its next device energy-efficient and perform faster than other phones manufactured by the brand.