Getting touch wiz to run smooth needs better software coding. Hardware processors are just another factor.
Mediatek are better than this exynos chipset.. Galaxy S4 with exynos 5410 sucks.. it hangs even when we are using it for basic operations..
AnonD-259899, 23 Jun 2014Nothing I have stated is incorrect. I didn't mention 64 bit because everyone who knows about t... moreLooking at the benchmarks I'd say it is fairly obvious Samsung is going to have an extremely hard time gimping the A57 chipset it perform on par with the aging Krait 400 re-badge.
Let's be honest here the people getting the 805 are getting the sort end of the stick & won't be able to access any android 64bit only software released in the future.
Once 64bit Android is released I'd also expect to see the differences in performance (which are already big) to get even bigger.
Saying they are in anyway comparable is simply incorrect.
AnonD-276526, 23 Jun 2014Again this is incorrect the International version is 64bit future proof, the 805 is a 32bit ch... moreNothing I have stated is incorrect. I didn't mention 64 bit because everyone who knows about these things or cares know that bit already.
There is no guarantee Samsung will release 64 bit android for the exynos version inorder to keep parity with the 805 version through out the product's lifespan.
The 64 bit Exynos can run in compatibility sub-mode which is 32 bit and run regular current 32bit Android. 64bit mode is the long mode.
The Note 4 will be the best smart phone of 2014.... just like the Note 3 was the best of 2013!
ZoRo, 23 Jun 2014"Snapdragon variant has traditionally been faster than Samsung" Really GSMarena? yo... moreSeriously? I guess you 'accidentally' reverted your statement. Snapdragon is better in real life as well as XDA and exynos is only better on benchmarks'sheet' as well as burning your hands and draining battery life....
AnonD-259899, 23 Jun 2014Forget the benchmarks they are irrelevant. Samsung will clock both parts in such a way to give... moreAgain this is incorrect the International version is 64bit future proof, the 805 is a 32bit chip on its last legs that isn't going to receive a speed boost once Android switches to 64bit.
This isn't going to be a close call competition this time around, the international version is infinitely better.
I think the big thing everyone seems to be missing is the Exynos 5433 is 64bit while the 805 is 32bit. The Exynos chipset is far better it's not even a competition.
Once 64bit android launches the performance difference is only going to grow, the A57 chip clocked at 1.3ghz stomps the Krait 450 chip clocked at 2.5ghz.
Forget the benchmarks they are irrelevant. Samsung will clock both parts in such a way to give comparable performance across the board. This will result in both chipsets trading blows nothing more.
What you all should be interested in however is the the process node which is 20nm if the rumor is correct. That will result in much more battery life in browsing because the GPU will be eating less power rendering the full QHD capability. Plus the CPU intensive tasks will also consume less power.
Unfortunately the Intel modem is not on 14nm as thought earlier. It is 65nm front end and modem being on 28nm. The browsing power reduction gains on GPU side will be slightly reduced due to not so great modem but the impact will be not that dramatic.
Overall you are still going to see better battery life courtesy of the SoC being on 20nm process.
Yep that's an Exynos optimized for benchmarcks, then the rest of the phones will have the normal none overclocked chipsets. :p
"Snapdragon variant has traditionally been faster than Samsung"
Really GSMarena? you are Snapdragon faboboys website!
Since when Snapdragon beat Exynos? NEVER! Exynos always better in real life and benchmarks.
I don't even believe. I remember how Samsung used to cheat in benchmarks test :p
if its quad core then this is a bomb chipset :D awesome but if its octa then its failagain
I shall still choose the s805 chip, we all know samsung fanboys will certainly choose the exynos version, but then again it will probably be inside an LG, Sony or HTC phone, will certainly not be getting the Note 4.