Although this is not official information yet, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will launch exclusively with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, while the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ models will be powered by the Exynos 2400 in certain regions. Early results showed the Qualcomm chip to be much faster than Samsung's in-house solutions, but now new synthetic test results have emerged, and it appears the Exynos chip has caught up somewhat.
The testing was done earlier and now with the help of the benchmark app called Geekbench, and based on the latest results, Exynos has started reducing its drawbacks. When comparing the Exynos 2400 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, the Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra measured their strength in the synthetic app. Here are the previous results:
Recently, someone compared the capabilities of the two chips again, and the new results suggest something a little different. The Snapdragon chipset is still in the lead, but its advantage in both single-core and multi-core tests is smaller than before. The difference decreased from 8.4 percent to 5.3 percent.
Which chip would be better between the two? This will likely be determined by efficiency and heat management. It will be important how long the two chips can maintain maximum performance, and how much power they consume when running at full speed. This will only become clear when the first real tests and experiments finally arrive.
You don't have to wait long for that, as the Galaxy S24 series will be introduced on January 17, and Samsung is expected to start selling the new products after the Unpacked event, after a two-week pre-order phase. Those who are the first to place their orders for the devices have a good chance of getting the mobile phone of their choice in their hands at the end of the month.
We do not yet know all the hardware details of the two chips, but based on current information collected from official and unofficial sources, GSMArena Made a comparison of CPU builds. This is shown in the table below.
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