A few days ago, Samsung introduced what will be their flagship from now on, the Galaxy S4. The terminal is at the top of the company’s range and although they have followed a fairly continuous line compared to the previous model, they have made some important changes to the interior.
This terminal will be one of the main competitors of the iPhone 5, at least until Apple decides to present the model that will replace it and that we do not know if it will be the iPhone 5S or the company will make the jump directly to the iPhone 6. If everything goes on as usual, we can expect to see the new terminal at the beginning of the summer and that it will arrive in the shops a little later.
Samsung has chosen to integrate a higher quality screen, a larger battery that provides more autonomy and also a more powerful processor, much more powerful.
The company Primate Labs, which is behind the Geekbench rating systems, have been able to access one of Samsung’s new smartphones and have carried out some performance tests and compared with other current high-end terminals.
iPhone 5 falls short of the Galaxy S4 processor
The result of the Galaxy S4 is really amazing. It’s at the top of the list and compared to Apple’s iPhone 5 it gets almost double the result. In other words, the processor of Samsung’s new smartphone is twice as fast making calculations as that of the iPhone 5.
In this case they have used the model that has a 4-core Snapdragon processor, but the terminal will also be available with a more powerful processor, specifically an 8-core Exynos, although this model will only be available in some countries, so the results in that case could be even better.
Of course, more power doesn’t mean a better user experience. Apple knows a lot about that, and its products typically provide a unique experience that other manufacturers have a hard time replicating. Samsung with Android has achieved good results, but at the moment achieving the stability, agility and performance of an iPhone or iPad is a bit far away, mainly because Apple owns and controls both the operating system and the hardware of its devices.
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