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Yesterday, 04:39 PM   |  #241  
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Except if you're in a country where the Exynos won't give you LTE... that's the trade-off right now.

What countries are that?
I am in Europe and 4G (LTE) is working normally on my Exynos version.
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What countries are that?
I am in Europe and 4G (LTE) is working normally on my Exynos version.

I'm in Canada, and the Note 4 that Expansys.ca sells (Exynos version) won't work with Canadian LTE bands. I'm assuming the model you have was meant for Europe?
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I'm in Canada, and the Note 4 that Expansys.ca sells (Exynos version) won't work with Canadian LTE bands. I'm assuming the model you have was meant for Europe?

Don't know that. It is N910C version.
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Don't know that. It is N910C version.

Yeah, your's run on the following frequencies:

Other names :SM-N910S, SM-N910C
GSM frequencies :850 900 1800 1900
Standard UMTS :850 900 1900 2100

Canada has odd frequencies 700, 1700, 2600, etc... different
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I'm still not convinced with Exynos, does the 5433 use an external Cat4 LTE modem, eg. intel LTE modem?
Snapdragon 805 uses Krait 450, which is customised aging mature Cortex-A15, Adreno 420, Integrated Cat6 LTE modem, all developed in house by Qualcomm. So each component should be working more harmoniously and efficiently.

But eh, this is all my opinion.

Yes, it does.

Krait cores are a lower power/performance version of Cortex A15.

And the Snapdragon 805 doesn't have any integrated modem.

The developers aren't from Qualcomm, they just work with the model they get.

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Yeah, your's run on the following frequencies:

Other names :SM-N910S, SM-N910C
GSM frequencies :850 900 1800 1900
Standard UMTS :850 900 1900 2100

Canada has odd frequencies 700, 1700, 2600, etc... different

The korean version supports LTE on 2600/700.
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Yes, it does.

Krait cores are a lower power/performance version of Cortex A15.

And the Snapdragon 805 doesn't have any integrated modem.

The developers aren't from Qualcomm, they just work with the model they get.

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The korean version supports LTE on 2600/700.

Oh ok, I only picked up the Snapdragon 805 specs from Here, that's where I got the integrated modem from and perhaps why the SD805 version get Cat6.
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I got Exynos version few days ago and it is really great so I would say to anyone go for Exynos if you can.

Could you make some tests and post them here? Maybe 3D Mark and other benchmarks.
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Could you make some tests and post them here? Maybe 3D Mark and other benchmarks.

Already a THREAD about benchmarks. There's a video to show it a few ones down.
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Could you make some tests and post them here? Maybe 3D Mark and other benchmarks.

The 5433 performs worse in GPU benchmarks like 3D Mark and GFX Bench, while it beats the s805 by quite a significant margin in the CPU department. Not sure you'll be able to tell the difference when it comes to real world usage though.
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The 5433 performs worse in GPU benchmarks like 3D Mark and GFX Bench, while it beats the s805 by quite a significant margin in the CPU department. Not sure you'll be able to tell the difference when it comes to real world usage though.

Exynos version get 16k 3d score on antutu its par with iphone 6 gpu dunno but maybe gfx and 3dmark cant calculate it right or it doesnt have great drivers to work with. And its higher than my ipad air it has near 2k screen too and every game works great as far as they optimize games it shouldnt lag on any game
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