Oh boy, this is it. The first benchmark results of the Exynos 5 Octa version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is finally here. How does the “Octa-core” variant fare on other flagship smartphones this year? Check out the results and see for yourself how fast this beast is.
International technology websites have already tested the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 powered Galaxy S4 and it produced very impressive scores. However, the Exynos 5 Octa version looks a tad better than the other. Sammobile, a website known for releasing early Samsung-related leaks and rumors, already have a Galaxy S4 unit with them and they’ve tested it on two of the most popular benchmark applications on android – Quadrant and AnTuTu.
“We are just BLOWN away from the results we got”, said Sammobile. We actually share the same sentiments because these results are really that impressive because it crushed every other device – including the HTC One (scored 22,678 according to GSMArena) and Sony Xperia Z.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 scored a staggering 12,726 on Quadrant and 27,417 on AnTuTu. Still not convinced? Take a look at this chart made by Android Authority to give you a better perspective on the results. Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (read our review here), which is the best Samsung device before the S4 was smoked completely. Please note that the 25,900 score is based on the Snapdragon 600 variant of the S4.
Looks great, right? Well, the Galaxy S4 will not be out until the end of April so we’re guessing that there will still be tweaks here and there on the final retail version of the phone. We can probably expect a more polished software and optimizations from Samsung by then.
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