Snapdragon 660 reaches quite nice score in AnTuTu

Snapdragon 660 reaches quite nice score in AnTuTu

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Qualcomm’s new processor, Snapdragon 660, will power upcoming midrange devices. The SoC has been recently spotted in the AnTuTu benchmark, where it reaches really nice score, as for the Snapdragon 6xx version.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 660

As we can see on the two leaked fron AnTuTu images, new SoC scores really high values. Snapdragon 660 has 105576 and 15584 points, which is quite similar score to Meizu Pro 6 Plus (with Exynos 8890). New Qualcomm’s chip in individual tests scored 31982 points for CPU, 30827 points for 3D, 35700 points for UX and 7067 points for the RAM.

We can notice, that the SoC was tested on the test device. Interesting thing is that performance of the new chip has better score than Snapdragon 810, Kirin 950 or Exynos 7420.

There are also some rumors about technology, that has been used to build new SoC. It is said that Snapdragon 660 MSM8976 Plus is built with Samsung’s 14nm LPP technology. It features 4+4 Kyro cores, that work at 2.2GHz and 1.9GHz and includes Adreno 512 graphic and X10 LTE modem.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor is expected to be oficially presented in second quater of this year. There are no official information which devices will use it, but there are rumors about some Oppo and Vivo smartphones. There isn’t also any confirmation about authenticity of presented images so please take it with the pinch of salt.

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  • Heinz Dundersztyc

    That IMO looks amazing, but It will be probably processor for mid-range phones. Xiaomi Redmi 5(Pro?) probably won’t have it :S

  • Siddharth

    Maybe Moto Z Play 2 (2017) ?

  • Fabiano

    Hard days for MTK?

  • ASIM SIDDIQ

    As usual Qualcomm rocks!