Samsung Exynos 5433 outdoes almost every other processor including Snapdragon 805
The Exynos 5433 is a new octa-core processor from Korean technologist, Samsung.
If the name doesn’t sound familiar to your ears, well that’s because Samsung hasn’t yet announced the processor but then our radar had already picked up signals from the Exynos 5433 as it was spotted inside one of the Galaxy Note 4 variants that came up at benchmark tests.
The chipset was in the news again as it was tested on AnTuTu benchmarks. The Samsung Exynos 5433 performed better than most other mobile processors tested at AnTuTu.
With a score of 40,303, the Exynos 5433 came behind only NVIDA’s Tegra K1 processor with a difference of 1,433 points while Qualcomms Snapdragon 801 and even the all new 805 were left behind and gapped by the Samsung processor by as high as 3000+ points.
Samsung has used a Snapdragon 805 processor for it’s upcoming processor, as well as it’s own Exynos 5433 for a variant too.
We would like to feature both models in a benchmark shoot-out when the Galaxy Note 4 makes it debut.
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