Samsung Galaxy Alpha Benchmarked

By 03:33 Wed, 21 Jul 2021 Comments


Samsung is expanding its flagship lineup with the newly official Samsung Galaxy Alpha and the rumored Galaxy S5 LTE-A version. Both are powered by the Exynos 5 Octa 5430 chipset, the one rumored to be at the heart of the Galaxy Note 4 too.

The S5 LTE-A we're talking of shouldn't be confused with the Snapdragon 805-powered Galaxy S5 LTE-A, which has a QHD classy screen (matching the LG G3). This yet-unannounced Galaxy S5 LTE-A G901F (octa-core) has a 5.1" 1080p classy screen instead (confusing, huh?).

The Galaxy Alpha has a 4.7" 720p screen, so its chipset (or just the GPU) may have been down-clocked since it doesn't need the performance but needs to tread lightly on the 1,860mAh battery.

We ran AnTuTu on the Galaxy Alpha and used a leaked score for the Galaxy S5 LTE-A (both S805 and Exynos versions) to acquire a feel for the recent chipset.

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AnTuTu 4

Higher is better

  • Galaxy S5 LTE-A (rumored)

    39712

  • Oppo Find 7

    38484

  • Samsung Galaxy Alpha

    38119

  • HTC One (M8)

    37009

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    36018

  • Galaxy S5 LTE-A (S805)

    35411

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    33182

  • LG G3 (3GB/32GB)

    30482

The Exynos 5 Octa 5430 chipset has four Cortex-A15 and four Cortex-A7 cores, all eight of which can work simultaneously. It's paired with a hexa-core Mali-T628 and has a 32-bit dual-channel access to LPDDR3e RAM.

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