We have known for some time that Samsung is preparing an Exynos 2200 chipset with a graphics chip from AMD. He even has to slightly surpass the upcoming Apple A15 Bionic, which is to appear on iPhones 13. But what about Qualcomm and its Snapdragon 895? He should be of this trio the slowest, which we are definitely not used to.
Will Snapdragon 895 be the slowest?
Qualcomm is without a doubt one of the most reputable chipset manufacturers in the world, and it may tarnish its reputation a bit. According to the latest information, Snapdragon 895 is to contain one high-performance Kryo 780 core (modified Cortex-X2), three Kryo 780 cores (Cortex-A710), which will be used for normal operation, and another four energy-saving Kryo 780 cores (Cortex-A510). In terms of performance will be the new Snapdragon about as powerful as the Apple A14 Bionic, which is ticking on current iPhones.
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According to the first Geekbench tests you Snapdragon 895 earned about 4000 points in a multi-core test, 1250 points in a single-core test (Apple A14 approximately 1600 points). The chipset is to further support 100W charging and will receive an Adreno 730 graphics chip.
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