Tomorrow at 3 AM, Qualcomm will release a new generation mobile platform Snapdragon 855 in Hawaii. But ahead of launch, we have got the AnTuTu scores of the upcoming chip. The data is quite outstanding.
What’s more interesting, the AnTuTu scores are presented in comparison of the Snapdragon 855, Exynos 9820, Kirin 980, and Snapdragon 845. Thus, we can compare it not only with the current strongest processors but also with its predecessor.
It is reported that the Exynos 9820/Snapdragon 855 runs the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, and the performance of Snapdragon 845 is provided by Android 9 upgraded version of the Galaxy S9. At the same time, the Kirin 980’s results are provided by the Huawei Mate 20.
As we can see, the benchmark scores are in the following sequence: SND855, Exynos 9820, Kirin 980, and Snapdragon 845. They have scores 343051, 325067, 309425, and 290455, respectively. On the CPU side, the Snapdragon 855 performance is the best, which is followed by the Kirin 980. The GPU performance also is the best in the Snapdragon 855, followed by the Exynos 9820 and the Snapdragon 845.
According to previous reports, the internal code of the Snapdragon 855 is SM8150. It adopts a 7nm manufacturing process and will use three CPU clusters, using four 1.78GHz energy-saving cores and three high-end cores of 2.42GHz. One of the four so-called ‘golden’ cores will additionally achieve a frequency of up to 2.84GHz. In addition, the Snapdragon 855 chip will be the first commercial platform to support Multi-Gigabit 5G connectivity, and the first dedicated NPU will be integrated into the SoC. It can provide up to 3 times performance compared to previous models.