Samsung is set to launch its next Galaxy flagship at the end of this month and folks are getting into a lot of stuff related to its new innovations that the South Korean giant is preparing for its massive number of smartphone users around the globe.
As we already know, Samsung will launch two variants of the device with different screen sizes, another thing to note is the internal SoC will be different and may depend on the market where it will be releasing i.e. Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and the other will be Samsung’s own custom made SoC, Exynos 9 series (8895).
What better way to check performance than to pit the one against the other in a benchmark test and that is what we have for you guys.
According to the statistics for the Galaxy S8 Plus, Exynos version of the handset performs slighly better than S835 variant. both in the single core as well as the multicore performance. But the difference is not that much to worry about and you shouldn’t take it as final, since the devices are yet to come out in the light.
Both devices run Android 7.0 Nougat and feature 4GB of RAM plus an eight core CPU, with the S835 clocked slightly higher at 1.9GHz vs the Exynos 1.69GHz.