Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra with Exynos chipset passes by Geekbench
The Galaxy Note20 leaks have been coming thick and fast these days painting an increasingly clear picture of what’s to come at August 5’s Galaxy Unpacked event. In the meantime, the Note20 Ultra powered by the improved Exynos 990 has passed through Geekbench giving us an early look at its performance.
The device bears the same SM-N986B model number which has been seen before and comes with 12GB RAM. Unsurprisingly it runs Android 10, presumably with One UI 2.5 on top. It managed 928 points in the single-core test and 2,721 in the multi-core department. These scores are comparable to the Exynos-powered Galaxy S20 Ultra though fall behind what we’ve seen from Snapdragon 865+ phones.
According to a recent leak, the Exynos Note20 series will come with improved heat management and will be more power-efficient leading to noticeable performance gains over the current Exynos 990.
exynos rubbish 🗑 level years of trailing behind made 40 50 performance and efficiency differences also for s20 Samsung made the snapdragon performance worse to match exynos even then its ahead
- 14 Aug 2020
As a galaxy S series users for years, there is a big diffrence between these chipsets, you can boil your eggs on exynos while snapdragon ia cold as a dead body, Im ordering s20 with snapdragon online, not splashing my money on far inferrior chipset.
- 05 Aug 2020
We are talking about the present and not the past... Today SD is much more powerful and efficient than Exynos, just accept that.
- 05 Aug 2020