That Exynos 5433 is a 64 bit processor. I wonder if they tested it with a 64 bit Android build and with a 64 bit AnTuTu build too. My guess is that AnTuTu was 32 bit most likely, while Android itself might be 64 bit.
These means that the real 64 bit benchmarks should be 10%-15% higher.
Samsung may have overclocked this new exynos too much and may result in heating issues along with low battery life. If there are no heating issues and if exynos run at similar temperature as snapdragon then samsung is a winner.
How do we know that the results of this benchmark test are not boosted?
Unlike last year, Qualcomm appeared weak this year. After a long dely for 805 to be realsed, it is dissapointing To see that there is nothig special about it.
Please with this Exynos 5433 do it another variant of Samsung Galaxy S5 QHD
Anonymous, 23 Jun 2014That slight improvement is required to offset TW lag. Other Snapdragon 805 phones need not worry.Both versions will have TW so in the end the Exynos whipped the floor with the Crapdragon, I suggest you accept that reality.Once again exynos is better, even better than a Tegra K1 which was benchmarked on a 1080p display.
LOL Samsung with great benchmarks, but with the worst battery life.
BTW TouchWiz and samsung bloat still make phones to LAG, no matter the processor inside.
Qualcomm FAN BOY here ^^
This information has to be confirmed b4 deciding on which version I'd get. When getting my Note3 I made sure to get the 4G(N9005)with the single quad core faster 2.3Ghz processor than the 3G(N9000)which had 2 Quad core processors clocked @1.9Ghz & 1.3Ghz.