When it comes to processors for smartphones, besides Apple, Samsung and Qualcomm come in next as strong, reliable, fast, and efficient. Not many know this, but the Exynos and Snapdragon are not sibling processors even though Samsung tends to use the two for its various flagship devices. The Snapdragon chipset caters to the North American and European markets while the Exynos caters to Asia at large.
|GPU: Adreno||GPU: ARM Mali|
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When it comes to battery life, the Exynos SoC is a much more friendly processor as it aids the battery in lasting longer. After all, one of the main reasons for getting a new device is longevity. In terms of browsing and surfing the internet the Exynos is below par running at an upload of 200mb/s and download of 1000mb/s. With Exynos, there are more internet bands covered. The processor cores are referred to as Cortex.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon has a download speed of about 2000mb/s and an upload speed of 318mb/s, it possesses a strong GPU and CPU meaning that your gaming, streaming, and multiple app usage has no heavy effect on its operations. The Snapdragon has a bit of bandwidth limit, while its processor cores are referred to as Kyro.
Exynos VS Snapdragon
Exynos is a Samsung-owned chipset that serves as the powering tool for the basic operations on your device from movies, color, speed, responsive touch, etc. Although Qualcomm is not a mobile phone manufacturing company, their Snapdragon SoC places them as number one. The Snapdragon guarantees a reduction in lag and can support a lot more new features.