Qualcomm has made an official post for benchmark test results of the new 5G chipset Snapdragon 888. Is it out of competition?
Qualcomm, which introduced the Snapdragon 888 model on December 1, detailed its features the day after the introduction. Now, it has announced benchmark test results, which are official benchmark results for the flagship chipset.
The tests were carried out on a special reference device belonging to Qualcomm. The features of the reference device are 12GB RAM, 512GB UFS 3.0 storage and 6.65 inch FHD display with 120Hz refresh rate. Each comparison was performed three times and gave us an average score with the default setting used in the reference device.
The Snapdragon 888 benchmark test list by Qualcomm includes many test tools such as AnTuTu and GeekBench.
Starting with AnTuTu, Snapdragon 888 reached an average of 735,439 points, which is unsurprisingly a new record for the platform. The current AnTuTu champion was Huawei’s Mate 40 Pro with 698,654 points. The highest performance Snapdragon 865 phone we have seen so far was Xiaomi’s Mi 10 Ultra device with 671,045 points.
Geekbench scored 1,135 points in the single-core test and 3,794 points in the multi-core; this is a marginal improvement over the SD 865, which hovers around 900 in the single core test. These results position the Snapdragon 888 as an improvement of about 20% in single-core gains and about 10% for multi-core performance compared to the previous version 865.
The GFX Bench revealed that the SD 888’s new Adreno 660 GPU averaged 86 frames per second in the Aztec Ruins Vulcan test and 169 fps in the Manhattan 3.0 benchmark. Both tests were conducted at 1080p resolution.