Exynos 2400 Destroys the Adreno 750 of Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 in a Newly Leaked Vulkan Benchmark

Last week, we had a brand-new detail about the Exynos 2400 come out. It basically hinted at the config of the GPU, the Xclipse 940. Unfortunately, it did not give us anything regarding how well it can perform when compared to the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset.

Well, it seems that leakers have heard our calls. Just a few moments ago, we got the multi-core and single-core performance results of the Exynos 2400. Now, a well-known leaker has just released the alleged Vulkan benchmark results of the SoC. And from what it seems like, things are not looking good for the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.

Exynos 2400's Xclipse 940 Takes the Lead Over the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3's Adreno 750

In case you were wondering, the Geekbench Vulkan results come from @OreXda. And if you can remember, the Snapdragon's Adreno typically performs better than the competition. Also, with each iteration, things generally become better for the Adreno GPUs. But this time, it seems that Exynos 2400 has managed to turn the tables.

Nonetheless, @OreXda collaborated with another Twitter user, Revengus, to provide us with the figures. And from what the tweet shows, the Xclipse 940 of Exynos 2400 achieved a score o 13858. In comparison, the Adreno 750 of Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 obtained a score of 12946.

So, in short, the Xclipse 940 of Exynos 2400 has supposedly taken a 7% leap over the Andreon 750 of Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. Even though this percentage might seem small, it is a huge deal for Samsung. After all, the Exynos 2200 was only better in one particular test. In the others, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 dominated.

Things Could Take a Turn

You should not forget that the Exynos 2400 and 8 Gen 3 are nowhere near the projected release dates. So, it is not like that Qualcomm will settle for these scores and not improve the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 any further. In fact, Qualcomm can make plenty of tweaks throughout these months on the Adreno 750 of the 8 Gen 3.

Those could potentially make the Adreno 750 beat the current stage of the Xclipse 940. Still, the same thing applies to the Exynos 2400. Samsung could work on the GPU and make it perform even better. So, in short, nothing is confirmed as of now.

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Samsung Exynos

Moreover, we do not know which version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 was tested. As you might already know, there are two different versions of 8 Gen 3 out there. The latter one is supposedly more powerful. And it is possible that the current numbers of Exynos 2400 vs 8 Gen 3 are from a test that utilized the previous version. In that case, the Adreno 750 of that test has different specs and is definitely running at lower clock speeds.

In addition to that, you have to consider the fact that @OreXda did not provide any picture proof. So, it's not like the info shared about the Snapdragon 8 Gen and Exynos 2400 is entirely valid. Still, we expected AMD and Samsung to return to the drawing board. After all, the Xclipse 920 did not live up to the expectations.

Samsung Exynos x AMD Radeon

So, the performance of the Xclipse 940 could indeed see a massive leap. And if that is actually the case, the renewed licensing agreement between AMD and Samsung was totally worth it. All in all, take all these numbers will a grain of salt. Nothing is confirmed unless Samsung or Qualcomm releases these chipsets in a commercial device. But until then, we will keep you updated if any info does pop up.

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