A mysterious chip with the code name Lahaina breaks records in the Antutu performance test database and causes the network to rumble
There are quite a few complaints that can be made about the leading modern smartphones, but it is doubtful whether the lack of processing power is one of them - several popular flagships for 2020 offer memory volumes and connectivity that would not embarrass a laptop, with surprising processing power in terms of power consumption and extra life battery Nice.
Despite this, we really would not object to seeing more added capabilities and performance in the category, which will allow for more professional uses, more advanced multi-tasking and also higher quality and impressive gaming at high display speeds - and now we have a hint that theSnapdragon The future 875 will be able to provide us with one of the most exciting intergenerational leaps we have encountered.
A fresh result that was allegedly documented in the well-known Antutu performance test database, which tests and scores for all hardware components in mobile devices, gives an insane total score of 847,000 points for a mysterious product bearing the code name Lahaina - and according to the leak is actually the code name of chip The future Qualcomm Snapdragon 875, which may also move from a 7-nanometer manufacturing process to a groundbreaking 5-nanometer process similar to the latest chips from Apple and Huawei. This is an improvement of about 30 percent and even more compared to the known resultant results of the Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 865 Plus chips - which is a clear and interesting contrast to the modest improvement provided by the devices.iPhone 12 with Apple A14 chips compared to the devicesiPhone 11 in the same performance test (which won the Dark Quite a few complaints from different network users).
Now we'll get to the point where it's worthwhile to cool down and moderate the enthusiasm - the obvious source of information about the Snapdragon 875's performance is A modest Twitter account from India Which does not hold a significant reputation, and even if the statement that this is the next leading chip from Qualcomm is correct we have no information about the platform and the environment in which it is tested. It is very possible that at such an early stage, about a month before the planned exposure date and a few months before we see practical launches of Smartphones Based on the product, the source of this result is in the kit Development Any desktop, which is not limited to the power consumption or cooling capabilities typical of mobile devices and therefore operates at much higher frequencies within longer time periods.
This will not be the first time we have seen early development kits achieve superior results in performance tests compared to commercial smartphones sold in stores (and required to ensure stability and longevity for several years for buyers in any situation) - but the positive angle is that even future results on Antutu for Snapdragon 875 will be lower than the current one, they will still be able to be significantly superior to any chip ARM Another available in the present category, including the current record Kirin 9000 which achieves numbers within spitting distance from a mark of 700,000 points.
What could be the formula that would bring the next generation home Qualcomm Leap forward? Is it improved graphics core architecture, significantly increased operating frequencies for general processing cores or even a new and efficient approach to using the system's dynamic memory? We are supposed to get the answers to this already at the beginning of next month, and for now you can try and predict the future on your own.