Samsung Galaxy Note 4 beats the Snapdragon chip Exynos 5433 805

A benchmark test leaked through the portal of AnTuTu highlights the difference between the performance of a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 equipped with Exynos 5433 processor and a model equipped with a Snapdragon chip 805.


As we all know Samsung employs a significant amount of resources to make its top of the range the “next big thing”, chasing the first places in the ranking of the most powerful and best performance.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is one of the examples, especially in light of variations further enhanced as the Galaxy S5 LTE-A recently landed in Korea.

The Galaxy Note 4 will not be outdone by the network and receive another proof of his unquestioned – for now only on paper – capacity. The database gives us the gift of a AnTuTu benchmark test that highlights the qualities of a specific model of phablet Korean.

The version equipped with a system on chip Exynos 5433 is compared with a model with chip Snapdragon 805. difference in the score is almost 3000 points 37780 points for 805 Snapdragon and well 40303 points for the’ Exynos which is positioned directly under the powerful Nvidia Tegra K1. It is also emphasized as the chip Nvidia has been tried on a resolution of 1920×1080 while that of Samsung home with a resolution of 2560×1440.

Of course, as in the case of all benchmarks, it is a test after all sterile remains to be seen how this device will be able to behave in a real environment in relation to certain factors, first of all the energy consumption.


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