The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is back, and this time it is showing off in the AnTuTu benchmark. The Exynos 5433 touting variant of the Galaxy Note 4 made rounds on AnTuTu and is showing some impressive performance. By impressive, it means that the new processor bested Snapdragon 805 and took the spot close to the Tegra K1 by Nvidia. But considering how we are not going to see that in a smartphone, it is safe to say that currently, the Exynos 5433 is the fastest processor in the smart phone industry. The Note 4 carries the model number N910C for the Exynos 5433 variant and N910S for the Snapdragon 805 variant.
What’s the best thing about this Exynos processor? Well, it is the first 64 bit, octa core processor from Samsung. It combines 4 Cortex A-57 and 4 Cortex A-53 cores. As for the Snapdragon 805, it is still a 32 bit processor and uses 4 Krait 450 cores. The difference on AnTuTu however isn’t that much. The Exynos 5433 manages to best the Snapdragon 805 by 2,523 points. Here’s to hoping Samsung provides full support so it can help the 3rd party developers.
The new Exynos processor also brings in the new Mali GPU as it now comes with Mali-T760. This is the third generation GPU of the architecture that was behind Mali-T628. Exynos isn’t the only one bringing in the GPU, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 boasts an Adreno 420 GPU. Other than the processors, both variants of Note 4 will have identical specifications. There is 3 gigs of RAM on both the variants. You can see the performance differences below.
Here is to hoping that both phones are launched with Android L on board but it doesn’t seem to be a dream that will come true. Whatever the case is, all details will be revealed in about 2 weeks at IFA, Berlin. Stay tuned for more.
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