AnonD-510098, 07 Feb 2017Qualcomm isnt all that anymore. Looking at the table, the Kirin 960 chipset is more powerful t... moreNot really- those are just scores for synthetic multi-core CPU benchmark. Reality is far away from those numbers.
I love the fact that faster and quantity of cores does not mean performance, it is all about how well develop it is. great article, keep writing :)
AnonD-510098, 07 Feb 2017Qualcomm isnt all that anymore. Looking at the table, the Kirin 960 chipset is more powerful t... moreLike they said - those are only synthetic benchmark scores - not real-life performance indicators. On top of that, we're still waiting to see SD835.
Qualcomm isnt all that anymore. Looking at the table, the Kirin 960 chipset is more powerful than anything available on the Android market right now.
Kirin and Exynos chips are now better than Qualcomm and improving at a faster rate. Huawei and Samsung are doing the right thing.
Xiaomi also seems to be making its own SoC which is good news.
Just when I thought I knew a lot;
thanks,I hope to see more stuff like this.
(although I did not read it thoroughly)
Would have been a nice addition to also include GPU benchmarks of each chip. Why aren't Apple's products included in these charts ?
Many, many thanks GSMArena!
But, as there is no end to wishes and desired, can you factor in power consumption against the scores :)
Its very useful, please keep making articles like this, thanks gsmarena team:)
That's a good one. High quality work there. I think, for the benefit of the masses, there should be a hierarchy of CPUs/SoCs showing an equivalent part from another maker e.g. (equivalent of a Snapdragon 820 in Kirin or Helios flavors).
There should be also useful information or way to commend chips such as the SD 625 as it should be more popular but not too expensive.
In the end, I would just like consumers to be more savvy and not just buy the prettiest or the expensive ones.