It was reported that Qualcomm is planning to launch its all-new flagship chipset in the upcoming Snapdragon Technology Summit 2020. The all-new chipset will be named Qualcomm Snapdragon 875, the Snapdragon 865 series’s successor.
Today, the famous blogger @Digital Chat Station has revealed how much the upcoming flagship will score on AnTuTu Benchmark. As per blogger, the prototype of Snapdragon 875 has scored around 740k points, while its predecessor’s (SD 865) score is about 600k.
The blogger has used the motherboard name sd8350 of Snapdragon 875 to represent the chipset. He also mentioned another chipset with a model number “sd7350” the chipset seems to be the successor of Snapdragon 765G, which may be named Snapdragon 775G.
The chipset has scored around 530k points on the AnTuTu benchmark as per blogger, while its predecessor’s score (Snapdragon 765G) was around 320k points. The chipset may also get unveiled at the same event (mentioned above).
As we reported previously, the all-new Snapdragon 875 is an octa-core chipset with one Super-Core clocked @2.84 GHz (maybe Cortex-X1), three Cortex-A78 performance cores clocked @2.42 GHz, and four Cortex-A55 energy-saving cores clocked @1.8GHz.
The chipset is based on the 5nm process and features Adreno 660 GPU. It is also observed that the cache and memory bandwidth of the Snapdragon 875 have been improved (if compared with SD 865).
The leaks regarding Snapdragon 775G are minimal. Both the chipsets are expected to launch on 1st December.