Qualcomm was recently revealed to be working on its next high-end processor, which is expected to be called Snapdragon 895.
While we are still about a few months away from seeing this SoC hit the market, recently, leaker Tron has just shared with us the performance score of Snapdragon 895 on Geekbench.
According to the latest leak, the Snapdragon 895 achieved a single-core score of 1,250 points and a multi-core score of 4,000 points in the benchmark test on Geekbench. For comparison, Snapdragon 888, Qualcomm’s most advanced chip at the moment, only scores about 1,120 points and 3,300 points in single / multi-core tests.
That said, the Snapdragon 895 processor improves by about 12% in high single-core performance, while the overall performance should be improved by about 20% over the previous generation.
Interestingly, this source also mentions Adreno 730, the next generation Qualcomm GPU. According to the post, the AMD RDNA 2 mobile GPU is expected to be used by Samsung in its next-generation high-end Exynos chip, which will have better overall performance than what Qualcomm offers so far with Adreno. However, it doesn’t mention any specific numbers or benchmark data to prove it.
The Snapdragon 895 is expected to launch in late 2021, and the first phones with this SoC are likely to hit the market early next year. Wait and watch it!