The latest Samsung flagship device, the Galaxy S22 Ultra has been out for a few months now and we’ve been lucky to be able to get hold of the Exynos 2200 and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 variants. In case you’re not aware, something that isn’t usually mentioned when buying your device is which processor you’d get with your device in your region or where you live in the world unless you’re a techie who would have perhaps watched the keynote and already did your research. In this video, we take them both to the streets of London to compare a few things and to see if Samsung is shortchanging you again?
Exynos 2200 vs Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1:
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Exynos vs Snapdragon: Which is better?
In the video, you can see that in most cases, both devices are excellent and regardless of which one you pick up, they would both perform well. The Snapdragon variant edges where it matters like gaming, processing speed, running multiple applications according to Geekbench scores and even when it comes to imaging with a better AI in action. Those are enough for someone with the Exynos variant to feel shortchanged, but let us know what you think in the comments, here or over on YouTube; should Samsung ditch Exynos completely or use it for their lower budget or mid-range devices? The Exynos 2200 is not bad, but it needs some software tweaks and AI needs to be better. We are also yet to see the fruit of its Nvidia collaboration when it comes to graphics and gaming capabilities.