A passenger using his mobile phone walks past an advertisement promoting Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 3 at its exhibition hall at a railway station in Seoul November 25, 2013. Reuters

Following the leak about the AnTuTu benchmark report of both Exynos and Snapdragon versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on Friday, a new report surfaced Saturday saying that the former version of the chip outperforms its competitor across the board.

The Exynos 5433 processor, which is expected to power the Galaxy Note 4 version with the model number SM-N910C, bests the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chip in the AnTuTu benchmark report, based on a number of criteria, SamMobile reported.

According to the report, the Exynos 5433 SoC comes with four Cortex-A7 and four Cortex-A15 cores, and offers significantly higher benchmark scores compared to the Snapdragon processor.

Check out the chart here:

Galaxy Note 4, AnTuTu benchmark. AnTuTu

Meanwhile, another report by SamMobile said that the Galaxy Note 4 could feature a UV sensor on the front, making the device the first of its kind to do so. According to the report, this sensor will be able to track UV rays or radiation every 500 milliseconds.

While there are details about the UV sensor’s potential usage, the report speculates that it could allow the device to automatically set the brightness when it is used outdoors. According to the report, the sensor could also help the device warn users whenever the sun is too hot, making it a suitable addition to Samsung’s S Health app.

Rumors hint that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will feature a QHD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The handset is also rumored to carry a 16 mega-pixel rear camera, a 3.6 megapixel front-facing camera, 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage capacity.

The Galaxy Note 4, which is likely to be launched at this year’s IFA Berlin in September, could be water- and dust-proof, just like the Galaxy S5.