Qualcomm has placed the Snapdragon 888 SoC on its own through synthetic industry benchmark tests. Launched earlier this month as the successor to the Snapdragon 865 last year, Qualcomm has posted excellent scores on benchmark tests, including the new SoC, Infectious, Geekbench and more platforms. The company generally allows third party reviewers to access the latest Snapdragon reference design. However, due to the coronavirus-induced pandemic this year, Qualcomm has provided results in a leading industry benchmark testing system.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC Benchmark Results
Qualcomm Provided benchmark scores for it Snapdragon 888 Uses cases such as AnTuTu, Geekbench, GFX Bench, Ludashi AIMark, AITuTu, MLPerf and Procyon on SoC platforms based on CPU, GPU and AI. See results below:
As expected, Qualcomm recorded excellent gains in scores compared to Snapdragon 888 SoC Early benchmark scores Posted by its ancestor, Snapdragon 865. On AnTuTu, the new Snapdragon 888 scored an average of 735,439 – much higher than the Snapdragon 865 score of 541,899 points on the same platform. The new Snapdragon 888 single-core and multi-core scores are 1,135 and 3,794, respectively, while the Geekbench previously scored 926 and 3,438 points on the single-core and multi-core tests.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 features and specifications
Designed to provide connectivity speeds faster than 5G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, 5Nm chipset Equipped Supports 5G sub-6GHz carrier aggregation with a third generation Snapdragon X60 modem. The Snapdragon 888 supports mmWave, which can deliver speeds of up to 7.5Gbps.
While the Snapdragon 865 SoC has a Qualcomm Cryo 585 CPU, the Snapdragon 888 chipset comes with the Cryo 680, which offers a 25 percent boost in overall CPU performance. Compared to the Snapdragon 865, the Snapdragon 888 SoC also comes with an Adreno 660 GPU, which can deliver graphics 35 percent faster.
The octa-core Snapdragon 888 is clocked at 2.84GHz with a core of 64-bit Cryo 680 based on the ARM Cortex-X1. It clocked three Cryo 680 cores up to 2.42GHz based on the Cortex-A78, clocked up to 1.8GHz along with the four cores of the Cortex-A55-based Cryo 680.
Snapdragon 888 is expected to be available in Q1 2021 starting smartphones.
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