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Samsung’s newest flagship smartphones are now available for pre-order, and they will start reaching customers starting next week. While many people have pre-ordered their Galaxy S24 series phones, some people are waiting for reviews to go live. More importantly, a lot of consumers are waiting to see how the Exynos 2400 fares against the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 to see if it’s worth buying the Galaxy S24 or the Galaxy S24+.

Well, the first set of benchmark scores and battery life figures for the Exynos 2400 variants of the Galaxy S24 and the Galaxy S24+ have now been revealed, thanks to YouTube channel NL Tech.

Exynos 2400 variants of Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ fare quite well in battery life and performance

After showcasing the gaming performance of the Exynos 2400 chipset inside the Galaxy S24 and the Galaxy S24+, YouTuber NL Tech has published a new video that showcases all the benchmark scores and battery life performance of the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra.

Geekbench 6

As you can see in the video below, the Galaxy S24 scores 2,131 points in the single-core CPU test and 6,785 points in the multi-core CPU test of Geekbench 6. In comparison, the Galaxy S24+ scored 2,139 points in the single-core test and 6,634 points in the multi-core CPU test. The Galaxy S24 Ultra with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 For Galaxy processor scored 2,289 points in the single-core CPU test and 7,123 points in the multi-core CPU test.

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AnTuTu

In AnTuTu (version 10.1.9), the Galaxy S24 scored 1,546,699 points, while the Galaxy S24+ and the Galaxy S24 Ultra scored 1,635,230 points and 1,766,906 points, respectively. Despite featuring a much smaller vapor chamber heat dissipation mechanism compared to the Galaxy S24 Ultra, the Galaxy S24+ scored just 7% lower than the Galaxy S24 Ultra. The Galaxy S24, featuring just 8GB RAM and the smallest vapor chamber system, scored 14% lower than the Galaxy S24 Ultra.

In the second run, the Galaxy S24 scored 9% lower, while the Galaxy S24+ scored 7% lower than the Galaxy S24 Ultra.

3DMark Solar Bay Ray Tracing

The Solar Bay benchmark test from 3DMark, the raytracing performance of a smartphone can be tested. Some games have now started using raytracing technologies for more realistic graphics, so it is interesting to see who comes out on top.

Surprisingly, the Exynos 2400  version of the Galaxy S24 scored 8,766 points as its best score and 4,874 points as its lowest score in the test. That’s 55.6% stability, which is better than the 50.3% stability, the best score of 8,590 points, and the lowest score of 4,324 points of the Galaxy S24 Ultra. The Galaxy S24 achieved the best score of the bunch: best score of 8,855 points, lowest score of 4,968 points, and stability of 56.1%.

3DMark Wild Life Extreme

In the popular 3DMark Wild Life Extreme graphics performance test, the Galaxy S24 scored 4,432 points as its best score, 2,348 points as its worst score, and 53% stability. The Galaxy S24+ scored 4,322 points as its best score, 2,393 points as its worst score, and 55.4% stability. The Galaxy S24 Ultra, featuring the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 For Galaxy processor, scored 4,931 points as its best score, 2,423 points as its worst score, and 49.1% stability.

Battery Life Test (PCMark)

The screens on all three phones in the Galaxy S24 series were set to a 120Hz refresh rate and 100 nits of peak brightness for the battery life comparison. The Galaxy S24 lasted 13 hours and 50 minutes, while the Galaxy S24+ lasted 13 hours and 22 minutes. The Galaxy S24 Ultra lasted 15 hours on a single charge. So, all three phones in the lineup lasted longer than their predecessors (compared to the same test from last year).


So, it appears that the raw performance of the Exynos 2400 processor is within a 10% difference from the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 For Galaxy processor, which is Qualcomm’s best right now. That shows Samsung has improved the design and performance of Exynos chips by a massive margin, and its flagship Exynos 2400 processor is now almost as good as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.

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