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Samsung’s Exynos 7420 chipset beats iPhone 6, 6Plus in benchmark wars: But not full truth

Samsung’s Exynos 7420 chipset beats iPhone 6, 6Plus in benchmark wars: But not full truth

Samsung’s Exynos 7420 chipset beats iPhone 6, 6Plus in benchmark wars: But not full truth

If you are asked as to which is the best smartphone in the world. I am sure many people will instantly say that it is iPhone 6S or some will have a problem in deciding between iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. One of these two devices is actually on the must buy list of many people who haven’t been able to buy it till now.

Many Android samrtphone fans said that Korean tech giant Samsung’s latest flagship handset namely Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will be able to beat the highest selling smartphone from Apple when it comes out in the market. But now when Samsung’s two new handsets namely Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are out in the market the verdict is out.

And to be true this verdict may be damning for the Korean smartphone maker. Samsung’s latest handsets come with the company’s Exynos 7 chip that reportedly beats Apple’s A8 SoC on paper. Nonetheless when compared to performances of both the chips, Apple may still be able to beat it.

iphone 6 plusMarket analysts had claimed that 100 million Samsung Galaxy S5 units will be sold in the market. But the final numbers were just above half of it. Now there are speculations that the new version(s) from Samsung will sell around 55 million units. This already breaks many Android fans’ hearts.

While talking about it AppleInsider’s Daniel Eran Dilger says, “In an apparent effort to win the ‘spec war,’ Samsung began aggressively cranking up device resolutions on its most expensive premium flagships after Steve Jobs demonstrated iPhone 4’s Retina Display back in 2010…The first benchmarks showing off the actual performance users will get from the new Galaxy S6 highlight that Samsung appears to still be making poor engineering choices…”

He says that while Cupertino based Apple’s iPhone 6 is an HD device (ie 750p), Samsung’s handset comes with QHD (2560 x 1440) display. This means that Galaxy S6 and Edge’s Exynos 7 chip needs to work harder to keep the display filled and refreshed, so it’s not surprising that gaming performance would suffer.

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