The prototypes of the Snapdragon 875 and Snapdragon 775G have been benchmarked by a known tipster from China, AnTuTu, ahead of launch.
Qualcomm is all set to host its latest edition of the Snapdragon Tech Summit tomorrow where it’s expected to launch a new chipset for flagship and upper mid-range smartphones. And ahead of the launch of the new chipsets, a known tipster from China has leaked crucial details about these chips — Snapdragon 875 and 775G. ”
According to Digital Chat Station, the prototypes of the Snapdragon 875 and Snapdragon 775G have been benchmarked in AnTuTu scoring pretty high on the scale. As per the latest leak, the Snapdragon 875-based chipset has managed to score about 740,000 points in the AnTuTu benchmark, giving it a staggering 28% lead over the Snapdragon 865. Interestingly, since this is not even the final version of the chipset, we may actually end up seeing much better scores once the chipset starts making its way to a few well optimised phones in the coming months.
The Snapdragon 775G on the other hand has also been leaked, with the chipset showing a score of 530,000 points in AnTuTu v8 — a serious gain over the Snapdragon 765G that scored an average of 316,534 points with a maximum of 332,074 points in the benchmark. In terms of percentages, this is a far more impressive 60 per cent performance gain over its predecessor. This score of the Snapdragon 775G also puts it slightly behind the Snapdragon 865G in terms of performance.
Apart from this there’s little known about the chipsets. However, there is some information available about the SNapdragon 775G which has previously been tipped to support up to 120 Hz displays, 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage. As for the Snapdragon 875, we’ll soon get to know how it performs in the real world as the chipset will be used in Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi 11 series phones that are widely tipped to be launched in January 2021.
The phone is expected to get a 108-megapixel camera set-up, a fast display with support for at least 120Hz refresh rate, 12GB of RAM, a curved display and a sleek design. The chipset is also said to soon be available on Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S21 series of phones that will serve as the company’s next flagship and will again be powered by the Snapdragon 875 SoC.
Originally published at India Today