Samsung recently launched the Galaxy S10 series in the U.S and its now also available to buy everywhere else. All the Samsung Galaxy S10 devices are powered by Snapdragon 855 chipset in the U.S and Exynos 9820 chipset in other regions.
Well, One of the popular tech YouTuber XEETECHCARE did a speed test of Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus powered by Exynos 9820 and iPhone Xs Max powered by Apple A12 bionic and the result was surprising.
Before you check out the video, let’s talk about some facts of both the chipsets. Samsung Exynos 9820 is built on 8nm EUV technology while Apple A12 bionic chip is made on 7nm TSMC process.
- Exynos 9820: 4472 – 10387 (single core – multicore)
- A12 Bionic: 4777 – 11432 (single core – multicore)
- Exynos 9820: 340345
- A12 Bionic: 363525
The geekbench and Antutu score of Exynos 9820 comes very close to the A12 bionic chip but doesn’t cross the A12 scores in the benchmark.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus vs iPhone Xs Max: Real Life Speed Test
Samsung’s Exynos 9820 crushes Apple’s iPhone Xs Max in real life speed test. Samsung is utilizing its powerful chipset and pre-loads your favorite application so that it doesn’t take much time opening it. It also opens heavy apps/games in an instant.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus even managed to keep all the apps (except Asphalt) in memory, Thanks to the 8GB RAM.
We can say that the benchmark is not everything, Real life performance is what matters to measure to the speed of the smartphone. Let us know in comments what do you think about the video. Share this article to let other people know the result.
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