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Galaxy S5 has the snapdragon 801 processor (same as Z2)

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Default Galaxy S5 has the snapdragon 801 processor (same as Z2)

Almost all the websites are saying that galaxy S5 has the older snapdragon 800 processor and they are thinking that Xperia Z2 has superior processor but now it is confirmed that S5 has in fact better SOC than Z2

http://blog.gsmarena.com/mystery-sol...ung-galaxy-s5/

http://www.anandtech.com/show/7768/g...itial-thoughts
 
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I wouldn't say it's better, it's clocked a little higher. Those speeds could easily be reached overclocking just a tid bit.
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In z2 is AB version and s5 is AC ver. AC > AB

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In z2 is AB version and s5 is AC ver. AC > AB

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GPU is clocked at 550mhz ,CPU is clocked at 2.36 Ghz in the AB
and 578mhz,2.46Ghz for the AC
Memory bandwith is same however.

And from what we know S5 uses AC and Z2 uses AB.
 
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Same cores, just higher binned.
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