Exynos 980, Mediatek MT6885 appear on AnTuTu, both yield impressive results
Mediatek and Samsung have introduced 5G modems and SoC that go with them, but we are yet to see them in actual smartphones.
Today both the MT6885 and the Exynos 980 popped up at the Chinese benchmark website AnTuTu, revealing impressive scores - the Mediatek one gathers about 380,000, while the Samsung one is just past the 326,000 threshold.
The results might look impressive on their own, but when we put actual phones on the market in comparison, their superiority quickly diminishes.
However, a comparison with a device that is running a Snapdragon 855+ wouldn’t be fair to Mediatek and Samsung, since they want to make the best 5G chipset out there without breaking the bank.
The Mediatek MT6885 could be compared with the Kirin 990 in the Huawei Mate 30 (in Performance Mode), while Exynos 980 is undoubtedly not a flagship chipset - it is a dedicated platform for 5G purposes.
The vivo X30 (or more precisely the V1938T phone by vivo) could be compared in raw results with the Google Pixel 4 XL or the Huawei Mate 30 Pro without any boosters, but they are all targeted at different markets.
- 16 Dec 2019
I don't think a kind of "Helio A" 5g soc will exist : - it's 5 or 6 dollars soc - modem size will multiply cost by 2 - heating problem on 5g modem will force to use 7nm process and raise costs even more. - little cores won't be enough to take...
- 15 Dec 2019
Ok.. - Dimensity 1000 (the one with clock speed of 2.6Ghz) reached 500K... and being unoptimized - Dimensity 1000L (this one with clock speed of 2.2 Ghz) got 380 K... but being UNOPTIMIZED, if it got optimized, it could get up to 420K, which is i...
- 14 Dec 2019
Problem is the only 5g soc officialy announced is Dimensity 1000...it's over SD855 Plus... An other one was benchmarked, mt6885...far higher than SD765 An other one is rumored, mt6883...downclocked version mt6885 The weakest one rumored is mt68...