Snapdragon 875 chipset benchmark shows a Antatntu score 847,000. The Snapdragon 875 chipset is code-named “Lahaina” and it may be significantly faster than expected – an early benchmark shows a score of over 847,000 points in AnTuTu. This is much higher than its predecessor, which currently tops the charts with 663,000 points or so.
Snapdragon 875 chipset benchmark shows a Antatntu score 847,000
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 has made what seems to be its first-ever appearance on AnTuTu. It nets an overall score of 874,868, making it over 30% faster than the Snapdragon 865+. The increased performance is likely due to its Cortex-X1 Super Core.
5nm chips are almost 20-percent more power-efficient than the 7nm SoCs and also 25-percent smaller. Of course, the performance is going to be better than the Snapdragon 865 and the current flagship Snapdragon 865 Plus. Now that the speculation is around that the SoC will be using the ARM Cortex-X1 Super Core, one can expect stellar performance.
This will give the chipset a clear speed advantage of around 30-percent as compared to the chipsets using the ARM Cortex A77. It is also better than the Cortex A78 cores architecture for a processor.