“Samsung’s Exynos 2400 chipset, rumored to be the driving force behind the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 Series set to make its debut next year, has surfaced on the widely-used benchmarking platform, Geekbench. This sneak peek provides an initial look into the Exynos 2400’s performance.
In the Geekbench findings, the Samsung SM0S926B, believed to be the Galaxy S24 Plus, has achieved a Single Core score of 2067 and a Multi Core score of 6520. In comparison, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, slated for the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, garnered a Single Core score of 2234 and a Multi Core score of 6807. Although the Exynos 2400 scores may not quite match the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, they do reveal a significant improvement when compared to the earlier Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which recorded a Single Core score of 1979 and a Multi Core score of 5148. This enhancement is attributed to the presence of the presumed primary core, believed to be the Cortex-X4, running at a clock speed of 3.21GHz.
It’s important to bear in mind that these scores represent only the initial performance benchmarks on Geekbench. Samsung’s official launch of the Galaxy S24 series is expected at the outset of 2024. As such, we must exercise patience and await the official release to get a comprehensive view of how the Exynos 2400 truly measures up.”