After scheduling its hardware release in September, Apple is now able to slip past Android to launch new chips. Apple became the first company to release a 64-bit processor for a phone with the release of the iPhone 5S. Ever since Cupertino’s tech giant always has the fastest smartphone chip on the planet. To counter this, Qualcomm will be launching the Snapdragon 865 later this year.
The chip, whether launched in November or December, will be manufactured by Samsung, suggests a single report. The current high-end processor of Qualcomm, Snapdragon 855, is made by TSMC. Now, we’ve got positive, supposed benchmarks for the forthcoming high-end Android SoC. Look below for more information.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Reported to Cross 13k Points in GeekBench Multi-Core | Chip’s Adreno GPU Runs Manhattan 3 At 125fps
For now, we have nothing but speculation about the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865. With the 855, Qualcomm started shifting gears with mobile SoCs. The 5G modems require the tinkering of the entire die’s microarchitecture. And the need for higher performance, especially for low power notebooks, has made the San Diego chipmaker switch gears with the Snapdragon 855 (in-house coded SMD8150).
Today’s alleged benchmark scores for Snapdragon 865 are its strongest yet. It shows an increase in computing and graphics calculations. Before we get to them, you should know that Snapdragon 865 is not a stranger to GeekBench. The chip scores first emerged at the end of July, followed by a series of runs on the 7th of August.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865’s Latest Reported Benchmarks Show 10% Multi-Core Gain
Those add up to 4,034 single-core and 1,2100 multi-core points. But if we’re going to believe a statement from the ever-present Ice Universe, then the next chip will push past the 12k barrier and head into new territory. The tipster argues that in a new benchmarking run (not for’ QUALCOMM Kona for arm64′), Snapdragon 865 scores 4250 single-core and 13300 multi-core points, reflecting a 10% gain over average multi-core results.
Besides, the chip runs Manhattan 3.0 at 125 frames per second. This rating is likely from the offscreen analysis. Since the Adreno 640* GPU of Snapdragon 855 runs this test at 112 fps. On the other hand, the iPhone 11 is known to have hit 179 frames per second in GFX 3.1 Manhattan Offscreen. Ice also promises a 20% increase in power efficiency on the chip, following Qualcomm’s change in manufacturing this year. Apple’s A13 SoC, manufactured on the second iteration of TSMC’s 7nm node, also achieves a 20 percent power boost for the entire die.
Qualcomm updated the ROB of the A76 with the customized Kryo architecture on the Snapdragon 855. But it is not clear what improvements the company will make to the custom cores of the Snapdragon 865. More information about the chip will emerge eventually if we are optimistic. Besides, it is obvious that, since we have not seen multiple sources assert similar performance indicators to those provided in today’s study, refrain from drawing concrete conclusions right now.