Exynos 2400 seems to be the current hot topic in the tech world. With leaks regarding the performance seems to be coming out every now and then, the Samsung chipset is shaping up to be the next big thing. And it seems that the SoC is not bounding itself in the smartphone world.
Basically, more Exynos 2400 scores have come out. This time, it is OpenCL or Geekbench Compute benchmark score. And the test shares some eye-opening results, where Samsung’s upcoming SoC goes head to head with the Apple M2. Yes, you read that right; the chipset is seemingly performing near identical to the chipset that’s for Apple Macs and powerful iPads.
Exynos 2400 – The Hype is Real!
Just recently, we got to know that Exynos 2400 offers an impressive score in the Geekbench 5 multi-core test. To be exact, the chipset was 30 percent faster than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and Apple A16 Bionic. At least, that is what the leak suggested. But this time, the chipset has gone full-on against the much more powerful Apple M2.
According to the post tweet shared by @OreXda, the Exynos 2400 has seemingly obtained a Geekbench Compute score of 26,829 with a clock speed of 1,766 MHz. That said, @OreXda did not mention which benchmarking version was utilized to test out the Samsung chipset.
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GeekBench Compute Score (OpenCL)
Score : 26,829
Clock : 1756 MHz
— Connor / 코너 / コナー (@OreXda) April 25, 2023
However, according to his last tweet, which shed light on the Geekbench 5, the new result might be from the latest version of the benchmarking tool. But how good is this Exynos 2400 score against the Apple M2? Well, if you go through the Geekbench browser, you will see that the highest obtained score of M2 is 27,735.
That means the Exynos 2400 will offer nearly identical performance to the Apple M2. And this is not a small thing at all! Of course, you should take it with a grain of salt, as @OreXda did not provide any screenshots of the results. However, judging by the previous rumor that stated the SoC could go against the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, this performance score may be very true!