It is now widely known that Samsung is going to release its upcoming Galaxy Note 4 phablet in two main versions – SM-N910C variant with octa-core Samsung Exynos 5433 (Cortex A57 & A53) chip and SM-N910S variant with Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 (Krait 450) chip. Today, complete AnTuTu benchmark scores and comparison charts of both variants of Note 4 have shown up on AnTuTu database and to everyone’s surprise, Samsung’s Exynos 5433 chip has easily outstripped the Snapdragon 805 in both CPU and GPU performance scores.
As you can see in this comparison chart, Samsung’s Exynos 5433 octa-core chip has turned out to be no less than a monster. With a staggering score of over 40,000 points, it has smoothly outperformed Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 805 quad-core chip that could barely achieve a score of 37,780 points in the benchmark. Exynos 5433 has even managed to catch up with NVIDIA’s most advanced Tegra K1 processor (this minor score difference might be due to the 1080p resolution of Tegra K1 instead of QHD) .
It’s not just the Exynos chip that aided SM-N910C Note 4 in beating the SM-N910S variant in AnTuTu battlefield. SM-N910C Galaxy Note 4 – sporting Mali-T760 graphics – has acquired a GPU score of 9,204 points, whereas the SM-N910S’s Adreno-420 GPU has managed to mark a score of 8,299 at Quad-HD resolutions. Here’s the actual GPU comparison chart of Mali-T760 vs. Adreno 420 graphics processors.
Source: AnTuTu (Translated)
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