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Redmi Note 8 Pro with MediaTek inside wrecks Exynos 990 Samsung Galaxy S20+ in a game test

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It seems like the petition against the Exynos 990 version of the Galaxy S20 phones has a valid reason after all. Despite the company's claims that the Exynos 990-powered Galaxy S20 phones will perform similarly with its Snapdragon 865 counterpart, more evidence shows that it is inferior to other high-end chips.
Redmi Note 8 Pro with MediaTek inside wrecks Exynos 990 Samsung Galaxy S20+ in a game test
Galaxy S20 and S20+

Redmi Note 8 Pro with MediaTek inside wrecks Exynos 990 Samsung Galaxy S20+ in a game test

To add insult to the injury, a new game test showed that the Exynos 990-powered Galaxy S20+ was beaten by the Xiaomi Redmi 8 Pro, a mid-range device powered by the MediaTek Helio G90T chip in a recent PUBG Mobile game test.


In a video published by Chong Liu, the Galaxy S20+ using the Exynos 990 chipset struggled against the Helio G90T-powered Redmi Note 8 Pro. It showed that after 10 minutes of running PUBG Mobile, the Galaxy S20+ was dropping frames to 50 fps.
File photo: Redmi Note 8 Pro
File photo: Redmi Note 8 Pro

It even dropped to as low as 40 fps at the 20-minute mark. Meanwhile, the Redmi Note 8 Pro maintained its frame rates very well.
Result of the fps test
Result of the fps test

This further proves that the Exynos 990 has throttling issues. We tried to run AnTuTu on it for 3 straight times and there's a significant benchmark score drop after the 3rd try.
AnTuTu score of Galaxy S20+ after 3 straight tries
AnTuTu score of Galaxy S20+ after 3 straight tries

To recall, the Galaxy S20+ is a PHP 55,990 premium device while the Redmi Note 8 Pro has a starting price of just PHP 11,490.

Samsung should really do something about this in the near future.

Source: Chong Liu, Via: Notebookcheck
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