The upcoming Snapdragon 875 will be much faster than the competition

The upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 processor may appear to be stronger than any other chipset on the market.

Recently, the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 processor has been tested, and its leaked results from AnTuTu show it comes with tons of power. The chipset is codenamed “Lahaina,” and there is a score of over 847,000 in its benchmarks, much higher than what we saw with the Snapdragon 865.

On AnTuTu ‘s charts, the best results achieved by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor achieved 663,000 points. The new Snapdragon 875, which is 25 percent faster than its predecessor according to these results, has obliterated this score, but that’s not all. Lahaina has been compared to other processors, and it makes the dust bite them as well. Apple’s latest iPhone 12 with the A14 Bionic, for instance, scored 565,000. The Kirin 9000 and Exynos 1080 managed to achieve scores of 696,000 and 693,000, just enough to surpass the Snapdragon 965, but if they want to catch up with Qualcomm’s new processor, they still have a lot of work to do.

However, in the IQOO 5 Pro, the highest score on AnTuTu ‘s chart still belongs to the Snapdragon 865, as the AnTuTu team explains that the final score of a device is also affected by RAM and storage configurations. Rumors also suggest that an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 865 has been tested by OPPO, which would go up to around 3.2GHz.
Other test results published by Digital Chat Station show that Qualcomm maintains the 1 + 3 + 4 CPU core layout, still running at 2.84 GHz with its prime core. This means it delivers the same speeds as last year, which places it even below the Snapdragon 865 +’s 3.09GHz clock speed. It still managed to come out on top, though.
Still, since this ended up being a battle between the Mali-G78 MP24 and Qualcomm’s custom Adreno GPU, the Snapdragon 875 did not surpass Huawei’s Kirin 9000 GPU. To conclude, the second benchmark scores provided by Master Lu place the Snapdragon 875 as the best processor, but we will still have to wait some time before we see it launch at the next Qualcomm Tech Summit.

However, in the IQOO 5 Pro, the highest score on AnTuTu ‘s chart still belongs to the Snapdragon 865, as the AnTuTu team explains that the final score of a device is also affected by RAM and storage configurations. Rumors also suggest that an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 865 has been tested by OPPO, which would go up to around 3.2GHz.

Other test results published by Digital Chat Station show that Qualcomm maintains the 1 + 3 + 4 CPU core layout, still running at 2.84 GHz with its prime core. This means it delivers the same speeds as last year, which places it even below the Snapdragon 865 +’s 3.09GHz clock speed. It still managed to come out on top, though.

Source: GSM Arena

Total
2
Shares
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous Article
Us Nepal relations

US Election 2020: How will it Impact Nepalese immigrants in the US

Next Article
Corona tests

Coron virus: A technology that can detect a virus within seconds through Breathe

Related Posts