Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Exynos and Snapdragon variants appear in AnTuTu benchmarks

The Galaxy Note 4 is still a few months away from being officially unveiled, but details about the phablet has already started making its to the Internet. The last rumor revealed that the Galaxy Note 4 would feature an Exynos 5433 chipset for the European market and a Snapdragon 805 chip for the US market.
Today, these two variants of the phablet have made their way to AnTuTu revealing their specs and benchmark scores. 
Both variants of the Note 4 will come with 32GB of internal memory, a 5.7-inch QHD (2560*1440) display and 3GB of RAM. AnTuTu also mentions the presence of a 16MP shooter at the back but fails to state whether it has OIS or not. The front camera comes with an awkward 3.68MP resolution, which is exactly the same as the QHD display on the front.
In the benchmark scores, the Exynos variant of the Note 4 scored 40303 while the Snapdragon 805 only managed a modest 35645. Exynos chips have always aced the benchmarks but perform poorly in day to day usage. It would be interesting to see if Samsung has finally fixed those issues in its latest Exynos chip or not.
AnTuTu also states that the Exynos chip comes with four Cortex-A53 and Cortex-A57 cores each, which are the first 64-bit chips from ARM. However, andreif, a renowned kernel developer for Exynos powered devices from Samsung, states that the Exynos 5433 will pack the usual Cortex-A15 and A7 cores in big.LITTLE configuration. If it turns out to be the former, the Galaxy Note 4 will be the first flagship Android device to feature a 64-bit processor.
[Via SamMobile]


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