Two different variants of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have been spotted at the AnTuTu benchmarks. The two variants are powered by different processors, one with Samsung’s own Octa-core 64-bit Exynos 5433 processor and the other with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset.
AnTuTu has posted benchmark scores for both the variants. As such, the Snapdragon chipset has always been faster than the Samsung processor. However, this time it is the other way round. Although the new Snapdragon 805 is faster than the current Snapdragon 801 version, benchmark scores reveal that Samsung’s own Exynos 5433 is even faster.
Have a look at the AnTuTu benchmark scores for the two variants of Samsung Galaxy Note 4:
In the chart above, we can see that Samsung Exynos 5433 breaks through the 40K mark and scores 40303 which is much higher than the 37780 scored by Snapdragon 805. NVDIA Tegra K1 is of course the fastest, but that can be attributed to the fact that it was tested on device with 1920×1080 resolution display while the Exynos 5433 was tested on a mobile with a display of 2560×1440 resolution.
If we look at the breakdown chart, the scores for both Exynos 5433 (N910C) and Snapdragon 805 (N910S) chipsets indicate that the Exynos 5433 is superior in almost all aspects.
AnTuTu benchmark lists that both the variants of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 would have a 2560 x 1440 QHD display, 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM and a 16MP rear camera. A leak last week had revealed that the Snapdragon 805 version will be available for sale in North America, South Korea, China, and Japan, while the other Exynos 5433 version will be available in Europe.