The Exynos 5433 was initially mentioned in a report this month, as Samsung was said to skip ahead and go past the Exynos 5430 and go with Exynos 5433 instead. The Galaxy Note 4 is said to rely on this CPU and below you can see how it performs in benchmarks.
Samsung Exynos 5433 gets 40303 points, beating the Snapdragon 805 CPU and its 37780 points score, as well as the 36469 points of the Snapdragon 801. Only the Nvidia Tegra K1 won the battle, with 41736 points, besting the Exynos by 1000 points. We’re expecting the Galaxy Note 4 to debut at IFA 2014 on September 5th, in two versions: an Exynos one and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801.
I’m sure that this is the very start of the Galaxy Note 4 leaks, since we’ve already seen a list of specs and now the AnTuTu result of its presumed CPU. I guess that what follows is a blurry pic, a hands on one and the usual components. As usual, benchmarks can be faked, so take this with a grain of salt.