We have only recently introduced the new Snapdragon 865. We know that it is a truly groundbreaking processor that will bring a huge amount of unprecedented features. Improvements must also occur in the performance itself, and from this perspective, the novel is totally excellent.
Performance increase of approximately 25%
With the introduction of a new flagship processor for a flagship, its manufacturer promised to deliver up to 25% more performance than its predecessor. The performance of the graphics engine was also to increase by 20%. The old well-known benchmark called Geekbench has now shown us that Qualcomm was not wrong or misleading.
The final score is actually 22 – 23% higher than Snapdragon 855. The performance of the graphics accelerator to compare is not yet possible because according to GSMaren Geekbench does not support the benchmark graphics. Below, we’ve provided graphs where you can see a comparison of the performance of the Snapdragon 865 with the other most powerful smartphones from different manufacturers.
GeekBench 4.1 (Multi-Core)
- Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max 13870
- Snapdragon 865 13344
- Huawei Mate 30 Pro 11936
- Apple iPhone XS Max 11432
- OnePlus 7T Pro 11246
- Sony Xperia 5 10941
- Samsung Galaxy Note10 + 10403
GeekBench 4.1 (single-core)
- Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max 5476
- Apple iPhone XS Max 4777
- Samsung Galaxy Note10 + 4541
- Snapdragon 865 4303
- Huawei Mate 30 Pro (Perf mode) 3864
- OnePlus 7T Pro 3502
- Sony Xperia 5 3493
We are also curious about the upcoming Samsung processor from the Exynos range, which is supposed to outperform all previously introduced chipsets from Qualcomm in the US. Deploying Snapdragonu 865 is thereby expected at the beginning of 2020 and the first it did so on the Chinese Xiaomi with its upcoming flagship Xiaomi mi 10. Much is also expected from the upcoming 5G MediaTek Dimensity chip.