Samsung Galaxy S10 is Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone in the markets! Having come out a couple of months ago, the phone already has a major demand in the markets. It is among the hottest selling smartphones of 2019. Interestingly, the S10 comes out in two variants – Snapdragon vs Exynos. Users often wonder which of the two is better for their battery.
Let us take a closer look at both these S10 processors and see which is the better of the two when it comes to battery life.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Snapdragon vs Exynos: What is the Difference?
First, let us look at the Snapdragon variant: the phone comes out in certain markets (primarily US and Canada but in a few other regions too). This processor is made by Qualcomm, which is technically a rival firm to Samsung when it comes to creating microprocessors. However, when it comes to most other regions, Samsung makes use of its own processors of the Exynos brand.
This not only helps the company keep costs low but also gives them greater control over production.
Which Processor is better for Battery Life?
The Snapdragon vs Exynos battle can be easily compared when it comes to the battery life of the two processors. Traditionally, it is considered that the Snapdragon variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is significantly better.