The past years products particularly with reference to Samsung Galaxy flagships were comparatively evaluated. Though they had different components, like the chipsets, yet scored equal marks. Now the two new products are up coming in the market. They are Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge and will be equipped with Snapdragon 805 or an Exynos 5433 SoC. They are evaluated on AnTuTu and both get equal scores. That way none beats the other in quality and performance.
The Samsung N915L, aka Galaxy Note Edge with Exynos has been rated quite high with the score of just fewer than 48,000 points. Its rival, though from the same company, Samsung N910S, aka Galaxy Note 4 with Snapdragon got slightly better position by scoring just over 48,000 points. The evaluation test declares it a very minor difference. Both have equal multi-core performance and RAM speed.
The multi-core result is informative and interesting. When we say multi core it means ability of multitasking and in this regard, the Exynos 5433 is SMP-enabled and is featured to run all eight cores at a time simultaneously, even they are at a slower speed than the four Krait 450 cores in the Snapdragon 805.
Both have similar CPU and RAM that have slightly different scores but GPU performance has been seen equal and very different from each other. It’s Mali-T760 in comparison with Adreno 420; both have 1,440 x 2,560 pixels resolutions. No credit has been given to Edge for its curved in the benchmark. To reach a final conclusion about the handsets as a whole, battery is yet to be compared. As we saw there has been no difference in their performance and evaluation, the battery performance is also considered equal with no performance difference. Over all comparison shows them equal. The users can be satisfied with either. Booth the handsets win and none loses the comparison.