It's very hard news for Snapdragon fans to swallow, you can see by the "Snapdragon FTW", "Exynos sucks" and "we will pity Exynos users" comments. Guys, the Exynos chips have always beaten the Snapdragon ones, it's just a matter of reality, I think it's best you all accept this, I know all of you wish your favorite phone maker used Exynos, but they don't, unfortunately.
oh please guys think properly, these benchmarks cant be true, why?? ok 1. my g2 scores scores 36702 in antutu at 2.3 ghz and 42789 at 2.8 ghz , 2 and Qualcomm thinks about their customers and especially saying that they will give at least 40% more power and as always snapdragon chipsets are more power(battery) efficient than any other chipset out there sooo that goes to number 3. 4g lte cat 5 etc............and then 4. suppooooooort todays phones should revised before you go and get one as you have to know what support from developers does it have and does it have roms and kernels, and if you are not into that then you should go buy you an iPhone with absolutely 0 customization ability... and last and last and not least number 5. heat issues makes me take the phone and slam it in tge wall and turn it into 100 pieces and thats what i like most about snapdragon chipsets is that they dont get hot that easy at all and it runs cooler than most chipsets out there and as they always say 4 Monster cores are better than 8 pathetic cores .........
and as always i never hate on anyone i just want the best for me and the others and if i really see exynos chipsets getting better i wont be ashamed to say it and i will definitely go for an exynos device my self but i think for now i will stick with the powerful Snapdragon krait processors/chipests... love to you all and i hope this was helpful to any one out there.
Well I will be getting the exynos version this time around, we don't have LTE 4G here in Jamaica so I'm find with this one..
AnonD-161121, 23 Jun 2014sorry in my previous comment i meant to say i wasnt able to buy the Snapdragon version.ok
sorry in my previous comment i meant to say i wasnt able to buy the Snapdragon version.
I was not able to buy the Exynos based Note 3 and at first was upset that i didnt have 4G and 4K video recording...but after a few months using the handset i could care less about the Snapdragon version.I simply love my phone and although it stutters occasionally and has some lag i still would take it over any other phone. Love the fake leather look by the way, takes me back to the Blackberry Bold feeling.
Yeah right. Here in india we always get the exynos chipsets. You think we can't afford the 805 chipsets huh samsung?
Anonymous, 23 Jun 2014That slight improvement is required to offset TW lag. Other Snapdragon 805 phones need not worry....until a de-bloated or non-TW ROM is flashed and the exynos get's to flex it's muscles unhindered...
AnonD-276526, 23 Jun 2014I think the big thing everyone seems to be missing is the Exynos 5433 is 64bit while the 805 i... moreYou are a bit wrong.Four A53 power saving cores is clocked at 1.3 Ghz, but A57 running at unknown frequency.
Knowing Samsung's history, I wouldn't tryst these numbers until some independent scores in actually released devices come out.
What can I expects from cheap and cheater Samsung's benchmarks score
AnonD-90736, 23 Jun 2014I shall still choose the s805 chip, we all know samsung fanboys will certainly choose the exyn... moreI'd say you are wrong. On the Note 3 forum, 95% of people agree that the Snapdragon processor is better. Nothing to do with brands, just performance and reliability. I will get the best performer out of snapdragon and exynos.
AnonD-143957, 23 Jun 2014Samsung may have overclocked this new exynos too much and may result in heating issues along w... moreexynos5433 is 20nm chipset whereas sd805 is 28nm.so if you do the same work on both chipsets definitely you less power consumption on the exynos version.it can beat tegra k1 far more if its tested on a 1080p display.exynos beat snapdragon.no one accepts that mali is better than adreno but it is
Samsung need to do with this Exynos 5433 new tablet 14 inches for first time in history:
1.Display.- 14" QHD - Super AMOLED + ClearBlack display - CGG3
2.Memory.- 4 GB RAM
3.Chipset.- Exynos 5433
AnonD-276526, 23 Jun 2014Looking at the benchmarks I'd say it is fairly obvious Samsung is going to have an extremely h... moreSamsung is going to have hard time? In what? Equalizing performance to keep them similar? It's simple reduce the clock speed of the faster chip to bring it to the level of the slower one running at it's maximum possible.
We do it all the time it's called binning and fusing.
We do it all the time in the desktop/server/laptop chips too. When yields are high a higher end model and down binned deliberately, not because of an issue or inability but simply to meet market demands.
You seem to have no understanding of what 64bit ISA actually means for practical performance. 64 bit ISA extends only some instruction for special cases. Not every instruction gets an automatic 2X speed up. If I have a code written for 32 bit ARM ISA and I don't want to further optimize for 64 bit I just re-compile the code 'as is' with none of the new 64 bit specific instructions. When the SoC runs the code the operands will still be 32bit with the extra 32 bits filled with 'X's aka "Don't cares".
Most tasks can't be made to 64 bit if the task set has no 64 bit operands to work with in the first place. There are a lot of operation that are still 32 bit and have no benefit going to 64 bit those will remain 32 bit in effective length even on 64 bit ISA. Floating Point and high order operations with more carry over can benefit from 64 bit improvements. Especially the instructions that took more than 2 cycles to complete. Single cycle operations in 32 bit already see no increase at all on 64 bit.
The performance gains if any will highly depend on App optimization. Expecting all those millions of developers to jump to optimize their software even if a case of diminishing returns is too much to expect. Most wont even bother.
If you want to know more, feel free to ask.