It's seeming ever more likely the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will come in two different models, and now the pair of differently specced phones have been spotted in a benchmark drag race.

We already got a full look of the hardware specifications on Samsung's next phablets June 20. Now, the phones have appeared again on AnTuTu's benchmark database - one sporting the Exynos 5433 chipset and the other a Snapdragon 805.

From the purported results we can see the Exynos-powered SM-N910C smokes its SM-N910S Snapdragon 805 brother with a considerable lead.

The Exynos octa-core chip yielded a test score of 40,303 points, whereas the Snapdragon 805 model lagged behind with 35,645 points.

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The Exynos comes in only second to one (credit: AnTuTu)

Slaying the (Snap)dragon

It also seems that the Exynos 5433 is such a processing beast that only Nvidia's desktop grade Tegra K1 chip pulls ahead with a score of 41,736 points.

On the graphics front, the Exynos trounces the Snapdragon once again with its Mali-T760 GPU. This version is said to power a 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution screen, meaning Exynos flavor's graphics should really pop.

Comparatively, the 805 SoC and its Adreno 420 GPU might only have to power a 1920 x 1080 display.

One other interesting note about the results is that it seems AnTuTu couldn't test the Exynos 5433 in the 64-bit environment the chipset was designed for, so it's entirely possible the higher-end Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could be even faster and more powerful than these results suggest.