Samsung has recently released its new flagship devices as the Galaxy S24 series, and undoubtedly the company has tried its best to provide every upgrade for the Galaxy devices, from the hardware to the software. Everything is just up to the mark, and the latest report also indicates that the company’s efforts have been successful in terms of performance.
The Galaxy S24 series is the best for continued high performance in gaming
Samsung has launched the Galaxy S24 series of devices equipped with a modified version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, which provides high-end performance for the best gaming experience. The report shows that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for the Galaxy outperforms other devices in the 3DMark tests, including 3DMarkSolar Bay and the 3DMark Wild Life Extreme benchmark.
According to reports, when testing the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for the Galaxy on 3D Mark SolarBay, it scored 9165 for FPS, 12.2 for power, and 753.8 for efficiency. Meanwhile, when tested on the 3DMark Wildlife Extreme, it scored 5453, while for power consumption, it got 13.7, and overall efficiency, it got 399.1. In both of the tests, the chipset has defeated Dimensity 9300 by a large margin.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra chipset outperforms the Apple M2 chipset, which is used in Apple laptops, in the 3DMark Solar Bay. This indicates that the Galaxy S24 Ultra is capable of handling massive tasks as a laptop.
For enhancing the gaming experience, Samsung has also included the vapor chamber in the Ultra, which will allow gamers to get high performance and be more efficient on the devices. So it is true to say that if you want to do heavy gaming, then you should prefer the Galaxy S24 Ultra device.
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