Dimensity 8000 Leaked Tests Threaten Snapdragon 888

Dimensity 8000 Leaked Tests Threaten Snapdragon 888

Dimensity 8000 Leaked Tests Threaten Snapdragon 888

MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000 made a big splash last year when it launched its first Android smartphone on AnTuTu, which scored more than 1 million points. However, many smartphone manufacturers are still trying to release their first smartphones to introduce this chip, but rumors suggest that the chip will come with a very high price tag. As a result, he can crown the Dimensity 8000 as real value for money.

Dimensity 8000 results shared by Digital Chat Station show approximately 820,000 points in V9.0.7-OB version. AnTuTu charts show that smartphones running Snapdragon 888 range from 880,000 to 750,000, depending on RAM, internal memory and other factors. This makes the new Dimensity highly competitive, and the initial AnTuTu points look promising.

Given that it is a 5-nanometer chip, it can be compared to last year’s Snapdragon. According to DCS, the chip includes four Cortex-A78 cores (2.75 GHz) and four A55s combined with the new Mali-G510 GPU. However, the Snapdragon 888 MediaTek may not be the main focus.

Hypotheses suggest that after the Snapdragon 870 built in the Dimensity 8000 7 nm process, the Snapdragon 888 is expected to be challenged by the upcoming Dimensity 8100, which is scheduled to go on sale in March and promises to offer higher watches. speeds. To compete with the Dimensity 9000, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 was left behind.

Speaking of the Dimensity 8000 GPU, we don’t know much about ARM’s new GPU architecture, but after the ads, the Mali-G510 is expected to be twice as fast and 22% more energy efficient than older systems.

While it’s not clear exactly which old GPU system you’re referring to, 315,000 points is quite impressive. For comparison, the new Adreno on Snapdragon 888 and 888+ is in the range of 660 325,000-300,000, while the GPU on the old 870 chip scores about 250,000 points. It seems that Qualcomm has serious competition.

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