European Galaxy S24 Ultra benchmark shatters expectations

For the Galaxy S23 series, the business chose the Qualcomm processor for all the variants all over the world, powering it with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. But for the next Galaxy S range, Samsung is bringing back its Exynos chipset along with the Snapdragon. Samsung is anticipated to introduce the Galaxy S24 series flagships with two distinct chipsets. The Ultra variant will employ the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 “For Galaxy” processor internationally, while the other two versions, S24 and S24+, will use the Exynos 2400 processor in selected regions, including Europe.

Even though neither processor has been officially announced, we have gotten an early glimpse of the performance owing to CPU benchmarks through the source, GalaxyClub. The European Galaxy S24+ is listed with the model number SM-S926B in the Geekbench database. It is important to note the’s5e9945′ motherboard mentioned, which is associated with the Exynos 2400 CPU. Also, the phone that has been tested runs on Android 14 with 8GB of RAM. It is early to test its performance, but for comparison, the European S24+ scores a single-core score less than 2100, which isn’t good enough than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in its former range, the Galaxy S23.

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However, it beats S23 in terms of multi-core score with 6,500 points. The source also reveals that the American S24+ with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 outperforms the European S24+ with Exynos 2400 in both the single-core and multi-core scores, with 2200 and 6700 points, respectively. So, Samsung has a challenging task to prove its processor this time.

How does the Snapdragon-powered S24 Ultra perform?

On the other hand, the benchmark listing shows the European Galaxy S24 Ultra with the model number SM-S928B; the codename ‘pineapple’ makes it clear that it is associated with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. In single-core testing, the SM-S928B version scores 2059 points and 4,506 points in the multi-core tests. It is evident that the Snapdragon-powered S24 Ultra’s performance is worse compared to the Exynos-powered S24 and S24+.

The listing also reveals the tested model has 12GB of RAM, and the maximum clock speed for the cluster 4 core is somewhat lower. But this is not something to be worried about, as these are prototypes and we need to wait for the fully developed product.

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