Alleged Kirin 980 benchmark is raging 7nm domination over Snapdragon 845
by Daniel Petrov / Sep 04, 2018, 7:51 AM
Lo and behold, this is exactly what the alleged Kirin 980 score clocks above the Snapdragon 845 results. The icing on the cake, however, is that the 7nm crowd will do this with a third less power draw, too, making us salivate for the phones equipped with 7nm chipset, the first of which will be the new iPhones announced next week.
That 7nm superiority over the 10nm Snapdragon 845 seems to be valid for every chipset with this production node, too, not just the Kirin 980. An alleged Snapdragon 855 benchmark revealed earlier today that its single-core scores on Geekbench are about 30% higher than the Snapdragon 845 ones as well.
Granted, manufacturers may opt for underclocking the processors to gain better efficiency, but the end results are likely to still be very impressive nonetheless. Are you not entertained?
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365k antutu? Wow!! Well Apple A12 beat that?
posted on Sep 04, 2018, 8:18 AM 0
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Beat Apple's one year old at single core and multi core first.
posted on Sep 04, 2018, 8:24 AM 1
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iPhones for some reason are almost always behind in Antutu. But ahead in almost all other benchmarks. I don't know what to trust. But then again, only real life performance matters to me! Which the iPhones aren't really excelling at right now.
posted on Sep 04, 2018, 10:58 AM 2
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The reasion why poor US government has banned Huawei. They are afraid of Huawei progress.
posted on Sep 04, 2018, 8:28 AM 7
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6.month vs Now? Rly Huawei,? S855 destroy kirin 980.
posted on Sep 04, 2018, 9:37 AM 2
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You have got to appreciate these new chips that will give us 30% more usage time while working just as fast or faster. 8-10h of screen time on a phone (which is double of what 5s or S5 were able to get) and smaller bezels (notches, in display fp scanners, fid etc) means that we are going to see normal sized devices with big displays and with truly everyday battery life.
posted on Sep 05, 2018, 5:53 AM 0
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