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Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 seen on Geekbench far outperforming Snapdragon 845

04 September 2018 3

We have been hearing a lot about the upcoming Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor that would also feature the 5G technology support. It’s believed that Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship would be manufactured by the Korean major economy Samsung, that has already allegedly acquired Qualcomm as it’s client to manufacturer Snapdragon 855. As per the recent reports, Samsung has been ahead of its schedule to achieve the production of the 7nm process.


Now in the latest happenings in regards to the Snapdragon 855, the upcoming SoC has been seen on the popular benchmarking website Geekbench achieving 3669 points for its single-core while 10469 for multi-core that gives a huge lead to it compare with the last flagship Snapdragon 845 chip. Snapdragon 845 achieves a total of 2400 and 8200 points respectively while 855 figures are way ahead of it, that is close to the scores of Apple’s A11 Bionic chip boasting 4200 and 10200 respectively.

It goes without saying that a comparison of 855 with another top performing SoC in the market is yet too early, though it is quite anticipated considering what it has to offer. Note that Snapdragon 855 wasn’t mentioned by this name on Geekbench and was referred to as msmnile and a similar name was also previously appeared on HTML5test. The operating system mentioned along is Android 9 Pie in both the cases in addition to the 6GB RAM in Geekbench listing.


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Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 seen on Geekbench far outperforming Snapdragon 845
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SteffiGraham
SteffiGraham

The Geekbench listing shows quite a huge difference between the points for 845 and 855. 3669 and 10469 with the Snapdragon 855 chip as against 2400 and 8200 points for the Snapdragon 845. That's a sea difference.

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