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 Processor Snapdragon 855 Exynos 9820 Process 7nm FinFET 8nm LPP FinFET CPU Octa-core semi-custom Kryo 485CPU: Single-core (Cortex A76 @ 2.84GHz) + Tri-core (Cortex-A76 @ 2.42GHz) + Quad-core (Cortex-A55 @ 1.8GHz) Octa-core custom CPU: Dual-core(Custom CPU) + Dual-core (Cortex-A75) + Quad-core (Cortex-A55) GPU Adreno 640 ARM Mali-G76 MP12 Dedicated NPU Yes Yes Display Up to 4K, HDR and 10-bit color depth WQUXGA (3840×2400), 4K UHD (4096×2160) Storage UFS 3.0 UFS 3.0, UFS 2.1 Memory LPDDR4x LPDDR4x Camera Up to 20 MP dual cameras, up to 32 MP single camera Rear 22MP, Front 22MP, Dual-camera 16MP+16MP Video Capture 4K HDR @ 60fps. Supports shooting in HDR10+, HDR10, HLG 8K @ 30fps or 4K @ 150fps Video Playback 8K 360 degree VR, HDR10+, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision, 10-bit color depth, H.265, VP9 video decoder 10-bit HEVC(H.265), H.264, VP9 codec LTE Modem X24 LTE 2 Gbps (DL)/316 Mbps (UL), Optional X50 5G Modem LTE-Advanced Pro Cat.20 8CA 2Gbps (DL) / Cat.20 3CA 316Mbps (UL) Benchmarks We ran the standard benchmarks like AnTuTu (comprehensively test all aspects), PCMark Work 2.0 (handle common productivity tasks), and Speedometer 2.0 (browser benchmark measuring the responsiveness of Web applications). The higher the scores, the more powerful the processor is. Antutu Processor Snapdragon 855 Exynos 9820 MEM 9,198 12,031 UX 72,170 72,851 CPU 119,672 102,976 GPU 142,533 137,207 Total 343,573 325,065 3D Mark & Geekbench Snapdragon 855 Exynos 9820 3D Mark (GPU) 5,228.5 4,459.5 Geekbench (Single-Core) 3,518 4,493.2 Geekbench (Multi-Core) 10,778.3 10,126.2 PCMark Work 2.0 Processor Snapdragon 855 Exynos 9820 Web Browsing 2.0 9,187 7,871 Video Editing 6,548 5,600 Writing 2.0 10,756 9,125 Photo Editing 2.0 17,505 11,423 Data Manipulation 7,152 6,189 Speedometer 2.0 Snapdragon 855 Exynos 9820 OS WebView 60.1 47.7

Conclusion :
We can see that the Snapdragon 855 outperforms the Exynos 9820 in every test. The difference is outstanding in the PCMark Work 2.0 video editing benchmark where the Snapdragon scores nearly 1,000 points higher and the Exynos has a lower score than many older smartphones released last year. Besides, the Qualcomm’s processor doesn’t have the overheating issue and even has slightly better battery life according to most early users. In short, the Snapdragon 855 is a clear winner and absolutely the best choice for your Samsung Galaxy S10 phone.
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