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[NoteBookCheck] Possible Snapdragon 865 scores 19% more than the Snapdragon 855 on Geekbench; 16% more than the Snapdragon 855+ too

 
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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-12-2019, 12:39 PM - Thread Starter
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[NoteBookCheck] Possible Snapdragon 865 scores 19% more than the Snapdragon 855 on Geekbench; 16% more than the Snapdragon 855+ too

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A listing for an unknown Qualcomm SoC has appeared on Geekbench, codenamed Kona. The possible successor to the Snapdragon 855 scored 19% more than the current flagship SoC in the single-core benchmark and 18% more in the multi-core equivalent. It even outperformed the Snapdragon 855+ by a sizeable margin too. If this proves to be the Snapdragon 865, then expect to see this performance coming to smartphones in early 2020 with a formal announcement towards the end of this year.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-12-2019, 01:27 PM
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can they focus on efficiency more now that their performance is quite high already?
its not like these phones needs to run crysis or anything equally performance demanding...

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Interesting. I wonder how much the real world performance improves though.

They do year over year perf bumps to keep consumers coming back for new phones every year. I had a snapdrag 821 for years and the 845 I upgraded to had little to no change in perceptible performance for mobile gaming and general use.


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