Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Benchmarked, Can’t Beat Tegra K1
Ryan Martin / 9 years ago
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 4 was always going to be good but now we’ve managed to see some benchmarks of the new device that confirms this. The Galaxy Note 4 makes use of two processors, the Exynos 5433 and the Snapdragon 805 (depending on the region and model) and both processors are similarly powerful. The SM-910S model gets the Snapdragon chip and the SM-910C gets the Exynos chip. The benchmarks show that the Exynos device is slightly more powerful than the Snapdragon equivalent but neither processor can match Nvidia’s Tegra K1 superchip. The Galaxy Note 4 has to use a powerful chip as it will be powering an impressive QHD 2560 x 1140 display resolution.
Processor aside the Galaxy Note 4 makes use of a 5.7 inch QHD display, 3GB of RAM, Adreno 420 (Snapdragon 805) or Mali T706 (Exynos 5433) graphics, 32GB of internal memory, a 16MP rear camera, a microSD card slot, 3.6MP front facing camera and the latest version of Android. The slated release date is September where Samsung are expected to announce the phone at the IFA 2014 event in Berlin.
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