Apple A9 chips go against the Galaxy S7 chips: win some, lose some
posted by Daniel P. / Dec 08, 2015, 3:32 AM
Samsung and Qualcomm have already been popping up with eyewatering results, but we haven't seen their performance directly compared with Apple's finest, until now. In the leaked table above, the Exynos 8890 and Snapdragono 820, as they will allegedly be found in the Galaxy S7, have been pitted against not only against the Apple A9 chip in the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, but also against Apple's brawnier 9X, which is used in its most powerful tablet to date, the iPad Pro.In any case, benchmarks of these latest processors from
The A9X is not only clocked higher than the A9, at 2.26 GHz vs 1.85 GHz maximums per core, but it also sports double the memory bandwidth, and a blazing 12-core GPU, too. All these advantages combined make for a top score on the single-core Geekbench test, and a pretty substantial performance on the multi-core test. The octa-core Exynos scores are much higher in the multi-core test, though, as can be expected. Looking at those results, it's hard to fathom what any mobile app or even game can throw at these chips without being chewed up and spat out for breakfast.
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Competition is good. No need for bashings or trollings here.
posted on Dec 08, 2015, 3:38 AM 42
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2016 is looking bright...
posted on Dec 08, 2015, 4:09 AM 7
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This looks more like buggati phenomenon where they sold cars at their own expense.Volkswagon knew this would happen but just to showcase their advancement in automobiles they sold veyrons.It might be the same case with samsung selling exynos chipsets at their own expense cause it makes sense because if exynos was faster why would they even use SD chipsets for their flagship.IMO the ones who get exynos S7 are really lucky.Just my thoughts.
posted on Dec 08, 2015, 5:54 AM 2
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You're right. The 'halo' product phenomenon is well documented in marketing and now that mobile chipsets are ubiquitous and moving into the mindshare of the general populous the strategy's being leveraged here too. I don't necessarily agree with you on the efficacy of either chipset though. In real world performance they'll likely be indistinguishable.
posted on Dec 08, 2015, 7:28 PM 0
yeah but this is completely uses showing these minimal differences.. this is only published to show naive youth higher number is better so they will go for that not realising there is no difference or better AT ALL.. but pathetic/naive ppl believes this crap.. And that is all about.. poor manufacturers they doing all tbis just bcos of naive and stupid youth.. adults are less bothered.. youth ppl by naivety and stupidity forcing manufs doing all these chips higher, faster, etc bcos many those even here are kids and they see higher number so they like that.. on other side there are stupid naive ppl which they go for famous brand name.. or they see others so they will go for same.. because "everybody elses got it..
posted on Dec 08, 2015, 11:21 AM 0
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Comparing SD 820 & Exynos 8890 with A10 & A10X will be a good comparison.Apple soc's are like intel processors in mobile industry.
posted on Dec 08, 2015, 3:38 AM 0
One will always have a 6 month advantage.
posted on Dec 08, 2015, 3:43 AM 42
you are stupid idiot when single core test is totally useless and pointless for stupid kiddos like you... Answer this question : why mobile manufs. making multi core phones? And this one :which app runs on one core and never will be more cores involved? DUMBASS...
posted on Dec 08, 2015, 11:27 AM 3
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The Exynos 8890 results were in starting of September so when they enter in mass production and equip the new Galaxy S7, they will have superior results in Geekbench. The 8890 still wasn't full honed and optimized.
posted on Dec 08, 2015, 6:12 AM 0
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If you knew anything about this stuff you would know that for years now Apple has usually led in the smartphone SoC single-core score, whilst Samsung has led in the multi-core score. Nothing is really different this time.
posted on Dec 08, 2015, 10:46 AM 0
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