Samsung Galaxy S10+ beats Huawei P30 Pro in a speed test

23 April 2019
The Snapdragon 855 beats the Kirin 980.

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Anonymous, 30 Apr 2019These tests are becoming more and more irrelevant for the newest... moreNonsense. All devices naturmaly are slowing down because of aging hardware and it is viable for all manufacturers. I had many galaxy S devices and with every newer model, slowing down process basically was less relevant comparing with previous one. Since S6 all S devices running buttery smooth, cause hardware is not a factor anymore for making phones slower. Obviously if you buy budget devices with weak hardware and low amount of memory, all of them will go slower once more demanding software touches them.

Iseless test, go check Garry Explains real performance tests.

  • Anonymous

These tests are becoming more and more irrelevant for the newest flagships considering how fast they all are. Not to mention that Samsungs are notorious for slowing down over time. Give me battery and life and a better camera any day.

Kiyasuriin, 25 Apr 2019something that could FINALLY dethrone Qualcomm in terms of CPU p... moreThey need to get on that ASAP. I really want the Note 10 to live up to it's codename of Da Vinci

Walter C. Dornez, 25 Apr 2019Oh, so if they fix the governor and add EUV, what kinda performa... moresomething that could FINALLY dethrone Qualcomm in terms of CPU performance. and make apple sweat a little.

Kiyasuriin, 25 Apr 2019I told you. governor. scale the governor in a way it will perfor... moreOh, so if they fix the governor and add EUV, what kinda performance would we be seeing?

Walter C. Dornez, 25 Apr 2019So is there any way to fix this problem?I told you. governor. scale the governor in a way it will perform equally to the Snapdragon counterpart WITHOUT causing the phone to be an oven. Exynos's governing system since 9810 is horrible. the 9820 is just bad. and 8895 is great.

Kiyasuriin, 25 Apr 2019First off. Cortex A57 is a BIG core. and the first of the ARMv8 ... moreSo is there any way to fix this problem?

Walter C. Dornez, 24 Apr 2019Dammit. Could using the new A78 and A57 cores help?First off. Cortex A57 is a BIG core. and the first of the ARMv8 to focus on performance. if anything it'll be the cortex A56 to be little core. focusing on efficiency..

and being honest? even using the powerful hercules cores that will come in 2022 will not help. it's a GOVERNOR issue. which means it's a selector to choose which core to kick in, and at which frequency to perform the task. and which core will "rest".

Bzbzvcznzjs, 24 Apr 2019In that case the pixel 4 and Samsung note 10 will comes with age... moreIn the end of the day, chipset / processor speed isn't important anymore since release of SD835. I can't see and feel any difference whatsoever. Sure Mate 30 will come up with shiny new more powerful Kirin 9XX but everything else will drag Huawei flagship down - semi-working, raw, outdated EMUI, "almost" stereo speakers, bloody buttons too close to each other whether as other side of the phone still will be empty, third attempt working fingerprint and face recognition etc.

  • sg_dude

That's great to see samsung s10 beating huawei but i will be getting the P30 Pro .thanks samsung for giving us the exynos version in my region.

Kiyasuriin, 24 Apr 2019I mean. SERIOUSLY. the Mongoose M4 has MUCH higher peak single c... moreYa thats weird and weak and sad :-)

  • moon

Speed test is only on paper, you will never see it in real life. Huawei shakes the world.

  • Anonymous

Houdini, 25 Apr 2019funny thing is, we don't really need the fastest phone in the wo... morePeople pay for the best, they demand the best. Else will not justify their spending.

Although speed is not everything


  • Houdini

funny thing is, we don't really need the fastest phone in the world,
What for? average speed is enough

Kiyasuriin, 24 Apr 2019the same issue like Exynos 9810. the issue is SEMI fixed. the ... moreDammit. Could using the new A78 and A57 cores help?

Walter C. Dornez, 24 Apr 2019Damn. Aren't the M4 cores some if the most powerful? What's going on,the same issue like Exynos 9810. the issue is SEMI fixed.
the Mongoose M4 is INDEED insanely powerful. but the frequency governor still "prefers" the A75 over the M4, and will kick in the M4 only if the A75 is taking too long.

Shanti Dope, 24 Apr 2019Well what good are "the most powerful cores" if they can't be su... moreSo to fix this, what would they have to do? I've heard there's an A78 coming and that Samsung is making their own GPUS. Could that fix the problem?

Walter C. Dornez, 24 Apr 2019Damn. Aren't the M4 cores some if the most powerful? What's going on,Well what good are "the most powerful cores" if they can't be sustained for a long period of time?
M4 cores are poorly engineered and optimized, which is why they can't run for a very long period of time. Well, they can, but prepare an extinguisher next to the phone itself.
Then there's the mid-level performance, in which they could've just used the lower clocked Cortex A76 like on the Kirin 980 and Snapdragon 855, but they insisted and used last year's A75, which was fine, but definitely inferior overall.
And since the M4 cores are highly prone to throttling, these A75 cores are more responsible at handling intensive tasks instead, and that gives an overall inferior performance as compared to the more powerful A76 mid-level cores of the Kirin 980 and Snapdragon 855.
Not to mention that Mali GPUs are generally inferior to their Adreno counterparts.
The Mali G76 MP10 of the Kirin 980 is weaker than the Adreno 630 of Snapdragon 845 at running emulation, while the 12-core variant of the same Mali GPU on the Exynos 9820 barely beats the Adreno 630. The Adreno 640 on the Snapdragon 855 is simply the best at gaming performance.

  • Pajson89

p30 pro is real beast