Samsung defends Exynos 990 against SD 865 amid controversy


In response to a petition made by fans of the brand with more than 35,000 signatures, Samsung decided to advocate the use of Exynos 990 processors in its products. Users ask the South Korean manufacturer to implement Qualcomm chips in Samsung Galaxy S phones launched outside the United States.

Based on benchmark tests, the disgruntled claims claim that the Exynos’ performance is inferior to the Qualcomm chips present in Galaxy S and Galaxy Note devices available in certain markets, a fact that bothers a lot of people. The petition’s name is “Stop selling us inferior Exynos phones”.

Customers still question the quality of photos and the photo sensors of these devices as well. The comparative tests cited took into account the performance of the Galaxy S20 Ultra with different chips.

In an official note, Samsung states: “The Galaxy S20 is a smartphone that has been reimagined to change the way you experience the world. Depending on the region, the Galaxy S20 will ship with either the Exynos 990 or the Snapdragon 865. The Exynos and Snapdragon processors undergo the same tests in rigorous, real-world scenarios to offer consistent and optimized performance throughout the smartphone’s lifecycle. ”

In other words, a change, for now, is not in the company’s plans.

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