Shortly after, the world was introduced to the latest achievement of the well-known Qualcomm company. Their latest processor is labeled Snapdragon 855 and brings a small revolution to the world of mobile technologies.
As he recently escaped the first results of his performance at the Antutu benchmark, Geekbench did not let himself wait too long.
Snapdragon 855 is in the spirit of a 5G connection
Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 is currently the most powerful mobile processor. Like its competitors, the Apple A12 Bionic and HiSilicon Kirin 980 are also produced by 7-nanometer technology. In practice, this means that the manufacturer can pack “more power on a smaller surface”.
In addition, the latest Snapdragon can also boast of 5G support. The connection itself represents the future of the coming years, and this year is expected to be supported by several smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus in the 5G modem version.
Expected values also in the Geekbench benchmark
Because Qualcomm was struggling to make the most powerful processor, it had to prove it in the two best-known benchmarks.
The first one was submitted to Antutu, where it reached 343,051 points (allegedly Samsung Galaxy S10 +). The Lenovo Z5 Pro GT has reached 368,480 points and the Sony Xperia XZ4 is up to 395,721 points.
In the Geekbench benchmark, the new Snapdragon achieved an impressive 3545 point in the single-core test and 11,150 points in the multi-core test. The device on which it was tested is listed as unknown. However, it has 6 GB of RAM and runs Android 9.0 Pie on it.