The MediaTek MT6795 chipset has been in the works for quite a while now, but early benchmarks show it will have Samsung’s Exynos 7420 to compete with, while Snapdragon 810 lags behind. All three of these chipsets have the same basic CPU setup – a big.LITTLE combo with four Cortex-A57 and four Cortex-A53.
The leaked result comes from Geekbench 3.0, a developer board by the looks of it. This is a CPU benchmark so we can’t compare GPUs – the PowerVR G6200 in the MediaTek, the Mali-T760 in the Exynos and the Adreno 430 in the Snapdragon.
Anyway, the Exynos holds the top position in the Geekbench scores, well ahead of the Snapdragon 810. The MediaTek M6795 is a relatively close second, while the Snapdragon barely leads its 805 predecessor and Samsung’s older Exynos 5430.
Higher is better
Exynos 7420 (Galaxy S6 Edge) 5478
MediaTek MT6795 4536
Snapdragon 810 (LG G Flex 2) 3604
Snapdragon 805 (Galaxy Note 4) 3394
Exynos 5430 (Galaxy Alpha) 3214
Keep in mind that the MT6795 and Exynos 7420 are not official, that is they come from leaked benchmarks rather than having been tested by us.