Ahead of the release of Samsung Galaxy Note 4, we are looking at some leaked benchmarks of the adored phablet. The leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 4 benchmark results are for the Exynos 5433 SoC, which has gained quite a popularity thanks to its 64-bit structure. The aforementioned processor will only be fitted in the devices for Asian markets while the Western world will mostly be getting the Snapdragon 805 powered Galaxy Note 4.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 benchmarks for 5433:
Samsung's Exynos 5433 has a unique advantage over the Snapdragon due to its 64-bit structure - the reason behind its immense popularity too. Equipping the 5433 with four low-power Cortex A53 cores (speed up to 1.3 GHz) and four intense performance Cortex A57 cores (speed limit up to 1.9 GHz), Samsung has devised an intelligent strategy that will help the SoC tp be energy efficient and use the low-power cores for tasks that aren't performance-driven. This SoC is ARMv8 compatible, capable of running in 64-bit mode and hence fully able to benefit from the Android L and ART runtime.
Manufactured on the 20nm manufacturing process, Exynos 5433 is not only energy efficient but will lead to a 20 to 30 percent of performance increase too. This leads to some amazing Samsung Galaxy Note 4 benchmark results as you can see in the images below. However, as it is quite noticeable, the results lag a little behind when it comes to screen tasks thanks to the Quad HD 2560 x 1440 screen.
Here are the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 benchmark results from Geek Bench, SunSpider and GFX-Bench:
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to arrive on the shelves this month after the release of Apple's 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. While the latter has been plagued with bending issues, the device sales are soaring high giving Samsung something to worry about. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has historically held the crown of being the best in the form factor and with Apple now offering an alternative, Korean tech giant had to start sales earlier than planned. Many critics, however, claim that Note 4 will still remain the favorite thanks for its helpful stylus which is quite a necessity with a 5.5+ inches devices.
- Source: G For Games