Samsung Galaxy S9 on Exynos 9810 is more powerful than Galaxy S9 + on Snapdragon 845

Judging by the tests in the well-known benchmark Geekbench, the Galaxy S9 model with the native Exynos 9810 chip gained more points than its older brother Galaxy S9 + on the top Qualcomm processor. And on separate tests with other flagships (Huawei Mate 10 Pro, Google Pixel 2XL, Galaxy Note 8, OnePlus 5T) Snapdragon 845 proved much more powerful than its competitors.

Samsung Galaxy S9 on Exynos 9810 is more powerful than Galaxy S9 + on Snapdragon 845

Judging by the tests in the well-known benchmark Geekbench, the Galaxy S9 model with the native Exynos 9810 chip gained more points than its older brother Galaxy S9 + on the top Qualcomm processor. And on separate tests with other flagships (Huawei Mate 10 Pro, Google Pixel 2XL, Galaxy Note 8, OnePlus 5T) Snapdragon 845 proved much more powerful than its competitors.

Test results

On a single-core test, the Galaxy S9 (SM-G960F) scored 3648 points. Multi-core flagship test showed a figure of 8,894 points. At the same time, the Galaxy S9 + (SM-G9650) earned 2214 and 8296 points in the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. Both smartphones are running Android 8.0, their hearts are made on a 10-nm process technology, but the most interesting in the other. Galaxy S9 + in addition to the top chip Snapdragon 845 equipped with 6 gigabytes of RAM. At the same Samsung Galaxy S9 on the Exynos 9810 equipped with 4 gigabytes of RAM. An older brother with a Qualcomm processor and with a large amount of RAM could not surpass the younger model. The only thing that does not take into account tests Geekbench - graphics performance. Perhaps here the version on Snapdragon 845 will be on the head above the competitor.

Recall that the version of the flagships with the chip Exynos 9810 will be on sale in Europe and other countries around the world. The variant with Snapdragon 845 was made specifically for the US market. Announcement of new top-end smartphones Samsung is scheduled for February 25.

Source: Gizmochina

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