Samsung Galaxy Note 4 With Exynos 5433 Processor Spotted In AnTuTu Ranks Higher Than Snapdragon 805 Processor

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By Pavithra Rathinavel | August 22, 2014 12:06 PM EST

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has recently spotted once again in AnTuTu benchmark testing site. The good news is that, the benchmark scores against other killer handsets are out this time.

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The model number of the Galaxy Note 4 was sighted in AnTuTu portal is N910C. This device uses a powerful Exynos 5433 processor. However, the other model N910S of the Galaxy Note 4 uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, according to GSM Arena.

Interestingly, the other Samsung device to use a similar Exynos processor is the Galaxy Alpha. Specifically, the Alpha will reportedly be powered by Exynos 5430 processor.

Under the hood, the Galaxy Note 4 will be powered by an octa-core (Exynos 5433) processor. The octa-core is obtained from four Cortex-A57 and additional four Cortex-A53 cores, thus hitting the 64-bit processing mark. Nevertheless, the 32-bit processing consists of Cortex-A15 and Cortex-A7 cores and employs ARMv8-A instructions set. The Snapdragon 805 chipset, on the other hand, employs 32-bit processing that is Krait 450 cores.

Moreover, the Exynos chip comes with the next-generation Mali-T760 GPU. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Alpha, uses the third-generation Mali-T628 GPU. Furthermore, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor also brings a new GPU in Adreno 420. Both the powerful processors will be complemented by 3 GB of RAM. It is worth nothing that, many rumors about the Galaxy Note 4 from various sources point to a killer 4 GB of RAM. It remains to be seen though if the aforementioned RAM specification will indeed be realized.

At this point, the most powerful processor predominantly on the basis of the performance is NVIDIA's Tegra K1 processor. Nonetheless, the Galaxy Note 4's Exynos 5433 is the runner up when it comes to performance.  Even though Tegra K1 trumps every other processor head on, we do not have a single smartphone released with this processor so far. The tablets that come with Tegra K1 processor include Nvidia Shield Tablet, Acer Chromebook 13 and XiaoMi MiPad among others. In addition, Google's upcoming Project Tango tablet will be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor. The next processor in line, after the Exynos chipset is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor followed by Snapdragon 801 processor. The processor powers are ranked on the basis of AnTuTu team's findings.

Also, the Exynos processor trumps every other competitor when it comes to CPU power. This is achieved by the ability to utilise all eight cores at the same time and it can access the RAM relatively faster. In addition, the next-generation Mali-T760 GPU is comparatively better than the new Adreno 420. Therefore, without a doubt, Exynos-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the phablet to watch out for.

Interested readers should check out the processor rankings from AnTuTu.

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Students walk out of Samsung Electronics' headquarters in Seoul July 7, 2014. Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Tuesday said operating profit likely fell 24.5 percent in April-June, its lowest in two years due to slowing growth in the company's cash cow smartphone business and the strength of the South Korean won.
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