Samsung Galaxy S24 series: Exynos and Snapdragon versions show impressive benchmark scores

From the earlier benchmark results, it was found that the Exynos chipset of the Galaxy S24 Plus lagged behind the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s Snapdragon processor in terms of performance. This started to sow the seeds for criticism that Samsung might fail this time too by bringing low-performance processors. The new benchmark results will truly blow your mind, as both processors are doing their best in terms of performance compared to each other.

Comparative analysis of older and newer benchmarks: Galaxy S24 Series

Earlier, the Exynos 2400-powered Galaxy S24+ scored single-core points of 2067 and multi-core points of 6520, respectively. While looking at the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3-powered Galaxy S24 Ultra, a single-core test score of 2234 and a multi-core test score of 6807 were recorded. The difference in points between the Plus and the Ultra variant created so much ruckus that several people started to think that it would not be a good option to buy an Exynos-powered Galaxy S24 Plus.

Now coming to the newer benchmark, as recently released, the Exynos 2400-powered Galaxy S24+ scored an improved single-core score of 2193 and a multi-core score of 6895. The star product of the series, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3-powered Galaxy S24 Ultra, came up with 2297 single-core points and 7104 multi-core points, which is massive. The most important thing to be noted is that even now, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3-powered Galaxy S24 Ultra has performed better than the Exynos 2400-powered Galaxy S24+, as you can see from the performance points.

Although it’s smaller than previously in both single- and multi-core testing, the Snapdragon maintains its dominance. The disparity decreased in single- and multi-core testing from 8%/4% to 5%/3%. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 features 1+3+2+2 CPU cores, whereas the Exynos 2400 processor has 1+2+3+4 CPU cores. Samsung’s approach includes two more low-energy cores, which may increase energy efficiency; nonetheless, the Snapdragon processor has greater base and prime core frequencies, as demonstrated by Geekbench.

As we all know, the processor option will vary based on the region; however, the Galaxy S24 Ultra will remain the same all over the globe. Changes are reported for the Galaxy S24 and the S24+ models, with Exynos in some regions and Snapdragon in other regions. So after seeing these benchmark points, Will all the users plan to get the Galaxy S24 Ultra instead of the Galaxy S24+?, as the price difference between them is not that far? Whatever it is, we have to wait just a few weeks to witness whether Samsung will truly gear up its Exynos sales this time or not.

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Thanks to “SamMobile