Galaxy S22 Ultra: Snapdragon vs Exynos benchmark scores
Samsung is preparing to unveil the Galaxy S22 series at its Unpacked event soon. Snapdragon 8 Gen1 and Exynos 2200 chipsets will power the Galaxy S22s, depending on location.
Both devices have previously been tested using the well-known benchmarking programme Geekbench. So, here is what you can expect.
Both variants shown in the image above are Galaxy S22 Ultra models, with the SM-S908U powered by the Exynos 2200 and the SM-S908B powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen1. The benchmark results of the two chipsets are comparable.
In the single-core test, the Snapdragon model received 1168 points while the Exynos received 1226 points. In the multi-core test, the Snapdragon model received 3462 points while the Exynos received 3508. You can see the detailed score sheet on the source link here.
Both the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 and the Exynos 2200 are constructed on a 4nm technology, and while their architectures are similar (1 x Cortex X2 + 3 x Cortex A710 + 4 x Cortex A510), they may perform differently in the graphics section owing to Geekbench predominantly stress-testing the CPUs.
According to reports, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is rumoured to come with a base configuration of 12GB RAM and 128GB storage, as well as 12GB+256GB and 16GB+512GB configurations.
The device will have a 6.8-inch HDR10+ Dynamic AMOLED 2x display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz, as well as a 108MP back quad-camera array.
The phone will also have a new S-Pen stylus with a claimed latency of 2.8 milliseconds. As a result, the S22 Ultra will serve as the replacement for the Note, if that makes sense.
Alongside the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the standard S22, as well as the S22 Plus, will also have the same Snapdragon/Exynos versions depending upon the location being sold.
Samsung is also anticipated to unveil a new Galaxy Tab S8 series at the same February 9 event, however, these tablets will only use the Snapdragon chip.