This week Samsung launched the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 smartphones in India. Even though we are already familar with the Exynos 7870 powering the M10 since it was introduced way back in 2016 and already powers the Samsung Galaxy J6, On Nxt and several smartphone, the new Exynos 7904 octa-core 14nm processor in the Galaxy M20 is new.
It has two bigger ARM Cortex-A73 CPUs clocked at 1.8GHz power core and the six smaller ARM Cortex-A53 CPUs are clocked at 1.6GHz per core. It has Mali-G71 MP2GPU and has support for LPDDR4x memory. Check out the synthetic benchmark scores below.
AnTuTu Benchmark 7
It scored 1,08,936 points in the AnTuTu Benchmark 7 and grabbed the fourth spot, behind the Zenfone Max Pro M1.
Geekbench 4 Single-Core
It scored 1318 points in the Geekbench 4 Single-Core benchmark and grabs the fourth spot, behind the Nokia 6.1 Plus.
Geekbench 4 Multi-Core
It managed to score 4121 points in the Geekbench 4 Multi-Core benchmark, and lies behind the Snapdragon-powered phones.
3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited
It scored 13223 points in the 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited GPU benchmark.
GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex OnScreen
It clocked 1230 frames or 22 fps in the GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex OnScreen benchmark and grabbed the third spot.
GFXBench 3.0 Manhattan OnScreen
It clocked 713.9 frames or 12 fps in the GFXBench 3.0 Manhattan OnScreen benchmark, almost similar to the Exynos 7885-powered Galaxy A7 (2018)
Basemark X 1.1
It managed to score 15642 points in the Basemark X 1.1 benchmark.
Basemark OS II
In Basemark OS II benchmark it scored 2008 points and grabbed the fourth spot. Looking at the scores, it is clear that the new SoC is better than the Snapdragon 625, Snapdragon 632 and Snapdragon 450 SoCs that some offer in the price range, however the Snapdragon 636 has a slight edge over the Exynos 7904 since it uses of four Kryo 260 that has custom ARM Cortex A73-based cores. These are just synthetic benchmark scores. We will bring you the real life performance test results in the complete review soon.