Galaxy S10 With Snapdragon 855 SoC Beats the Exynos 9820 Model In Benchmarks

Karamchand Rameshwar - Feb 28, 2019

Galaxy S10 With Snapdragon 855 SoC Beats the Exynos 9820 Model In Benchmarks

According to test results conducted by Anandtech, the Galaxy S10 with a Snapdragon 855 SoC easily triumphs the one with an Exynos 9820 SoC in benchmarks.

Samsung has been known for launching its flagships with two different chipsets. The US market can get Samsung flagships powered by a Qualcomm processor, while the other markets welcome Samsung flagships with in-house Exynos chipsets. It is the same case for the new Galaxy S10 lineup with both Samsung’s Exynos 9820 SoC and Snapdragon 855 chipset. While the Snapdragon 855 SoC is based on the 7nm processor while the Samsung’s Exynos 9820 chipset is based an 8nm processor. That may show that the devices with a Snapdragon 855 SoC will likely have better performance compared to the one with an Exynos 9820 SoC.

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To find out whether there is a difference in performance between the two processors, AnandTech conducted benchmark tests for Galaxy S10 variants with Exynos and Snapdragon SoCs. According to AnandTech report, they did two tests -- Speedometer 2.0 and PCMark which are chosen because, with those tests, they most likely got the actual performance difference between the two models in real-world conditions between those two phones.

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The report also added that two phones were on the performance mode while they did the benchmark tests. After the tests were finished, it’s not really a surprise that the Galaxy S10 with a Snapdragon SoC easily beat the one with an Exynos chipset in the performance aspect. Additionally,

As shown by the test results, the Exynos model wasn’t too much behind overall, but there were still significant gaps between two models in several tests such as PCMark Work 2 data manipulation tests, PCMark Work 2 photo editing, and PCMark Work 2 photo editing. To be more specific, in the video editing test, the Exynos model got a score of 5,596 points which is only a little bit higher than the old Galaxy S7 and lower than the Pixel XL.

It is also worth noting that these benchmark tests are not exactly the same as on the real world conditions, but they still give a fairly accurate comparison in the performance aspect.


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