Samsung Flagship and Mid Range Processor Exynos Series is really good?

Samsung Exynos series chipset review

Samsung is a tech giant in the smartphone and Amoled displays as well and have more than 20 other sub companies for different products. But today we are going to discuss their Exynos series processors.

As you know that Samsung is a giant in the smartphone industry and they develop processors for their devices by themselves. Samsung uses Exynos lineup in almost all the mid range as well as in their flagship smartphones especially in the Indian and other small countries smartphone market.

While other companies offer the snapdragon processors within the same price range. Even most of the companies provide the Snapdragon processors in the mid range smartphones but Samsung doesn’t.

The question arises: are they good for gaming purposes or for heavy usage of smartphones? Should you consider Samsung flagships with Exynos 9611 their latest chipset.

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General Specifications of Exynos Processor 9611


Up to 2.3GHz Quad-core (Cortex®-A73) +

Up to 1.7GHz Quad-core (Cortex®-A53)


Mali G72 MP3


10 Nm Finfet process

Connectivity Support

Wifi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0 and FM


GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo

Storage Support

UFS 2.1, eMMC 5.1

Memory Support



Are Samsung Exynos Processors good for Gaming?

Nowadays the gaming industry has boomed up after PUBG Mobile came on the market. All the smartphones are coming with the gaming processors even mid range smartphones are coming with SD 730G and 750G chipsets within the same pricing Samsung is offering their Exynos chipset.

If you are looking for a gaming chipset then Exynos is not built for that. Definitely no doubt it is a good processor but SD is much much better than that and even Mediatek Helio G90T and other gaming chipsets are better than that.

The CPU is built on 10NM technology but the performance of the CPU is not so good for heavy usage as well as for gaming purposes.

Then the clear answer is no if you want a dedicated phone for gaming then Samsung smartphones are not for you. For day to day usage, multitasking and other stuff it is good for that.

Final Words

Samsung is using their Exynos chipsets in mid range smartphones as well as in their flagship level smartphones which is not good. Why would a customer want to have the same CPU even after paying a high price where other companies are offering the better chip.

They are offering SD chipsets in the European and US markets for the same smartphone model.

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