If you had any doubts that the Galaxy Note 4 will set the benchmark for future devices, after reading this article you will have a clear picture just how much processing power is Samsung’s latest iteration in the Note series hiding under its hood.
Before jumping right into it, we should mention that the benchmarked model (SM-N910) is powered by Samsung’s own SoC, the Exynos 5433. However, the results of the Snapdragon equipped model should be in the vicinity of what you’ll see below, as it wouldn’t make sense for Samsung to release two versions of its Note flagship which are miles apart in terms of performance and/or features.
1. Rightware Browsermark 2.0 – Browsing Performance, Default Browser
3. GeekBench – Single and Multi-Core Performance, Simulates Real World Scenarios
4. 3D Performance (GFXBenchmark, 3D Mark)
As you can see from the benchmarks above, the Note 4 is a beast. Undoubtedly you will notice that, in the ‘on-screen’ 3D benchmarks, the smartphone is not exactly on the top of the pile, from a performance point of view. However, the results are extremely good considering the screen resolution (2560×1440). The off-screen, on the other hand, shows the pure processing power of Samsung’s Exynos 5433.
Well, what do you think? Would you take a slightly bettwr 3D performance over a WQHD display? Is the outrageous performance from the first 3 benchmarks important to you? What about #gapgate? Where do you stand on that? Let us know in the comments section and check the source for a lot more tests (photography, audio performance and more).