Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Scored 69,702 on AnTuTu

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    AnTuTu just published a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 benchmark score composite. The new device actually outscores the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge even though it utilizes the same Exynos 7420 CPU. The Galaxy Note 5 nailed a score of 69,702 points, while the Galaxy S6 hit 67,520. The upcoming new Galaxy S6 Edge Plus was also tested, and it bested the Galaxy S6 Edge with a score of 67,520 versus 63,910.

    The only real difference that is confirmed which might account for these improved scores could be the 4GB of RAM versus 3GB for the "older" devices. The other possibility is that the rumors of the Galaxy Note 5 (and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus) having an Exynos 7422 instead of an Exynos 7420 could be true. It's possible that the AnTuTu benchmark app simply couldn't properly ID the newer chip and defaulted to what it knew was closest to it.

    We will know for sure in about 9 days. Here are links to our dedicated sections for these devices:

     
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