Without question one of the hottest phones of the year will be the yet-to-be-unveiled Galaxy Note 4 from Samsung. Expected to sport an oversized body with the best possible specs you can get, it’s been on the radar of many — we’re certainly looking forward to its IFA 2014 introduction. If you’re one of those many, then you’ll be pleased with today’s news: a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 benchmark has hit the web, confirming a powerful CPU will be found within the phone.
The benchmarked SM-N910C variant uses a Samsung-manufactured Exynos 5433 (while the SM-N910S is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 according to earlier benchmarks). This new chipset is a 64-bit unit, with four ARM Cortex A57 cores and four Cortex A53s.
The Exynos 5433, when benchmarked, is behind only the NVIDIA Tegra K1, and the Note 4 captures an overall AnTuTu benchmark score of 40,303. This places it safely ahead of beasts like the LG G3 and HTC One M8, though this is only the Exynos variant; the Snapdragon 805-powered variant is currently behind the One M8, though all of these phones benchmarked are prototypes and benchmarks in general should be taken with a proverbial grain of salt.
Any thoughts on the Galaxy Note 4’s beastly CPU?