Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Benchmark Test – Yes we know you’re not quite fond of Samsung‘s Exynos processor which for three years failed to provide a meaningful challenge to Apple’s A series chips and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon. The benchmark scores recorded confirm all the news you’ve heard since the beginning of the year. The score recorded by the Note20 Ultra is also consistently lower than what we can record on the S20 Ultra 5G. This is strange because both of these flagship gadget use Exynos 990 in Malaysia.
The Apple A13 Bionic and Snapdragon 865+ recorded scores that were around 20-30% higher in certain situations. But we would like to say that the Note20 Ultra review is done simultaneously with the ROG Phone 3 and Galaxy Z Fold2 reviews. Both of these devices use Snapdragon 865+ and we feel there is no significant difference in terms of speed as well as smoothness of the device.
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The Comparation of User Experience
The user experience of the Note20 Ultra and Z Fold2 is similar. Both are fast (especially if the 120Hz screen is enabled) with Fold2 slightly faster in processing edited video. Launching the first app is almost no different either. The level of warmth we experienced also felt the same in the hands. We are sure that without using the AIDA64 app; you may not be able to guess which device is using the Exynos 990 or not.
But we know many are disappointed with Samsung’s results this year. The Tab S7 and Fold2 tablets can be offered with the Snapdragon 865; and the S20 FE with the Snapdragon 865. It is difficult to justify the RM5199 device not using the best processor of 2020.
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