Samsung Galaxy S4 processor Exynos 5 Octa faster than Snapdragon 600



Samsung Galaxy S4 in its Exynos 5 Octa is quicker than the model with the Snapdragon processor 600. It’s published early in AnTuTu and Quadrant benchmarks made with the aid of the web site SamMobile who managed to get a model of the Galaxy S4 processor with eight cores from Samsung.

The Galaxy S4 Exynos  5 Octa  is actually extra highly effective than the competitors, at the least on paper. As we confirmed you a number of days in the past how the brand new smartphone from Samsung in its Snapdragon 600 outperformed the competitors, it sounds as if this model is already crushed. When you have no idea what I am speaking concerning the Galaxy S4 will likely be launched in two variations in France with two totally different processors. If Qualcomm processor is extra highly effective than its competitors just like the HTC One is because of its larger frequency of 1.9 GHz.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Exynos 5 Octa over the competitors

Anyway, the eight of hearts Exynos Octa appear to have on account of the 4 cores of SoC Qualcomm. That’s the conclusion that’s in Quadrant with a ranking of 12 726 and 27 417 on AnTuTu. These are the perfect rankings ever made and the Galaxy S4 and simply stand in entrance of all its opponents, Xperia and HTC Z One understood. However word that the adaptation between the 2 processors Galaxy S4 isn’t so large. Certainly, in AnTuTu, model Snapdragon is a ranking of 25,900 in opposition to 27,417 for the Exynos 5 Octa. The Qualcomm processor is much less outstanding, however to not be ashamed of his efficiency.

For the launch of recent excessive-finish smartphone from the Korean agency, the 2 variations will arrive in France with a distribution of about 70% for the Snapdragon and 30% for the Exynos, at the least within the first few weeks. Along with energy, some other facet isn’t not noted, the Samsung processor just isn’t but appropriate 4G chip can be introduced whereas the Snapdragon 600 is already 4G prepared. So, you made your option?

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