We know its specifications, we know what kind of mobiles it will first appear on, but now we also have official benchmark numbers for saliva.
A lot of us were wondering what next year’s Qualcomm top tile, the Snapdragon 888, knows. many times improved hardware, and after some half-information, the manufacturer himself has now provided official measurement results from the well-known benchmark programs we also use for testing.
The device was a special Qualcomm reference device, the point was that 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 512GB of UFS 3.0 storage were used for the test, and the 6.65-inch display was in Full HD resolution. But let’s get to the point: in the 8.3.4 version of AnTuTu, the widget squeezed out 735,439 points, which is not much more than a recorder according to our own measurements. Mate 40 Pro with its Kirin 9000, however, it is significantly thinner iPhone 12 family numbers. The new 888 knew an average of 70-80 thousand points more than its predecessor Snapdragon 865.
The Geébench (5.0.2) test also exceeds the previous generation, but with 1135/3794 points we can talk about a progress of roughly 20 and 10%, respectively. The Adreno 660 graphics unit also performed well, with Aztec Ruins Vulkan Full HD offscreen measurements ending at 86 fps and Manhattan 3.0 at 169 fps.