By Qualcomm’s numbers, the Snapdragon 865 chipset will have a 25% faster CPU, 20% faster GPU than its predecessor, the 855 (note: not the plus upgrade). Early benchmark results have appeared in the Geekbench v4 database. There are some scores from version 5 of the benchmark, but they don’t seem reliable.
It looks like Qualcomm has delivered on its promises – the multi-core and single-core numbers have seen a 22-23% increase over the Snapdragon 855 results. The 855+ chip has essentially the same CPU performance as the 855 and a faster GPU, but Geekbench doesn't test graphics performance.
Higher is better
Higher is better
We’ll have to wait and see how the new Exynos flagship will perform, but the Snapdragon 865 has a good chance of being the fastest Android chipset of early 2020. Keep in mind that the MediaTek Dimensity is also in the mix and its AnTuTu score shows great promise. Huawei will likely use the Kirin 990 5G for its early 2019 flagship, the P40.
Since Samsung killed its custom CPU core division – and Huawei always stuck with ARMs designs – we’ll probably see Android flagships perform about the same, regardless of which brand chipset they use. This also means that Apple’s performance will remain out of reach for the foreseeable future.
Anyone can buy a 256 GB or 512 GB iPhone if they want, they are there. Company executives would not be using iPhones as their main phones if Android was good enough.
You are such a fanboy. The base Galaxy Fold has 512GB storage The base Note 10 has 256GB So the base Note 10 has 4 times more storage than any base iphone. Of course with a phone that comes right from the start in it's cheapest configurati...
Give me a break. What do you think Huawei can say in this case? Oh we didn't use the superior Cortex A77 cores because we didn't have time, or we weren't able to properly implement the architecture so we decide to use the older A76 design in order to...