Samsung Galaxy S24 series is out and it has ever since made ample headlines. Cut to now, we have early benchmarks that compare the Exynos 2400 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoCs onboard the trio – S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra. Let’s see how Exynos 2400 onboard S24 and S24+ pits against the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy AP onboard Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Series – Face Off On Geekbench v6
YouTuber NL Tech posted a video testing the trio in various benchmarking platforms including this Geekbench v6. When compared, the Exynos 2400 SoC does perform well with scores negligible between the trio in the single-core tests although the multi-core test reveals a ginormous gap. Here are the CPU test scores on Geekbench v6.
Samsung Galaxy S24 – 2,131-points single-core and 6,758-points multi-core
Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus – 2,139-points single-core and 6,634-points multi-core
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra – 2.289-points single-core and 7,123-points multi-core
The YouTuber tested the phone’s GPU as well, revealing almost comparable results at 15292, 15087, and 15038 points across S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra, respectively. As you can tell, the differences in performance between Exynos and Snapdragon AP isn’t ginormous which goes on to show how Samsung is catching up on Snapdragon chipsets with every iteration. It remains to be seen if the Exynos AP is capable of sustaining the performance over a long period.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Series – Face Off On AnTuTu
When tested on AnTuTu, you can easily see incremental differences between the trio. The standard S24 scored 1,611,665 points, the S24+ scored 1,662,048 points and finally, the S24 Ultra scored 1,769,496 points, respectively. You can see how the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC triumphs over Exynos 2400 SoC although the gap between the two chipsets is minimal.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Series – GPU Stress Test
The YouTuber tested the trio for GPU stress as well. The 3D Mark Solar Bay stress test gave us a stability of 55.6%, 56.1%, and 50.3% on Samsung Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra, respectively. On the other hand, Wild Life Extreme stress test saw a stability of 53%, 55.4% and 49.1% respectively with the Ultra taking a marginal win to its title.