Snapdragon 895 Won’t Reach The Level Of A15 Bionic And Exynos 2200
Insiders vie to report that the future Exynos chip with AMD graphics is better than the competition. It will outperform Apple A15 Bionic, but marginally. Of course, the oldest and most respected chipmaker Qualcomm will try to stay on top with the upcoming Snapdragon 895 (tentative name).
Now the American company has to rehabilitate itself because the Snapdragon 888 suddenly let everyone down and this is the second time since 2015 that the chipmaker stumbled and rebuilt a hot processor. You need a product that, in all its qualities, will be the first in the Android world.
According to the latest information, the company may offer four core clusters in the Snapdragon 895 for the first time. An insider reports that the chip architecture includes a high-performance Kryo 780 core (modified Cortex-X2 core), three “mid-range” Kryo 780 cores (custom Cortex-A710 core), and four energy-efficient Kryo 780 cores (Cortex-A510). -tuning). which are split into two clusters, one pair for each of them.
Snapdragon 895 won’t reach the Apple A15 Bionic
In terms of performance, the Snapdragon 895 will not reach the Apple A15 Bionic, it will be almost at the A14 level. To confirm this, the insiders cite the Geekbench test data. 4000 points in the multi-core test and 1250 points in the single-core test. But objectively, in terms of core performance, the new Qualcomm chip still loses to the A14 Bionic; which gets about 1596 points in the same test.
The report also says that the processor supports 100-watt fast charging and the Adreno 730 video accelerator; that will lose performance compared to the AMD graphics chip in the Exynos 2200. We just have to wait for the announcement of Qualcomm’s new flagship chip and hope the company finds ways to solve the problem of possible overheating.
Qualcomm Introduces Its First Smartphone
Qualcomm presented the first smartphone under its own brand yesterday. The flagship, which was developed in collaboration with ASUS, is called Smartphone for Snapdragon Insiders. and developed as part of the Snapdragon Insiders program, which kicked off last March. This program is an opportunity for users to familiarize themselves with the latest Qualcomm products for others. The device offers advanced features and comes with TWS headphones.
The Qualcomm smartphone for Snapdragon Insider is based on the flagship hardware platform Snapdragon 888; paired with 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM. The storage capacity of UFS 3.1 is 512 GB. The display is a 6.78-inch AMOLED panel from Samsung with Full HD+ resolution. The screen has a maximum brightness of 1200 cd/m²; 111.23 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color space, HDR10 and HDR10+ support. The panel comes with durable Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.