About the introduction of Qualcomm's latest flagship processor - Snapdragon 888 5G, you could read in this article on our sister portal ChinaPlanet. Although we did not yet have real test results available at the time of writing, we knew it would be a real beast.
A few days have passed since the show and the manufacturer itself is releasing a video with benchmark tests of the new chipset. According to the latest reports, this will really be the most powerful piece on the market, and we are already looking forward to putting it into the expected smartphones.
Snapdragon 888 in benchmarks
In the video released by the American giant, we have detailed results from individual benchmark tests. The processor has been tested in several programs, but the best known are GeekBench and AnTuTu.
The tests were performed in triplicate and the resulting number of points was obtained by averaging the three tests. In the AnTuT benchmark, the processor gained an incredible average 735 439 points and in the GeekBench single core test was rated at 1 134 points, with multiple cores gained 3 793 points.
The processor also passed a ruthless test in the GFX Bench benchmark. The 888 5G chipset with the Adreno 660 graphics core passed the Aztec Ruins Vulcan test at 86 FPS and the Manhattan 3.0 test at 169 FPS. For comparison, the 865 predecessor received 133 FPS.
This is the Snapdragon 888 benchmark test score officially released by Qualcomm. In fact, its Geekbench can exceed 3800. We can expect Exynos2100 to exceed 4000 results. pic.twitter.com/cEfH9advhq
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It is now clear to almost everyone that the new flagship processor will not be cheap at all. Compared to the Snapdragon 865, the price is to be increased, which will certainly be reflected in the final price of smartphones.
If you are wondering when you will be able to test this beast on your own, we have good news for you. Apparently, the premium Xiaomi Mi 11 smartphone, the first device with this processor, will be introduced before the end of 2020.
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