Snapdragon 875 and 775G's AnTuTu scores tipped

Ro, 27 November 2020

December is approaching fast and that means Qualcomm will soon unveil it's next-gen, flagship CPU along with its upper mid-tier SoC - the Snapdragon 875 and 775G, respectively. And thanks to a famous Chinese tipster, we can also get a pretty good idea of what to expect in terms of performance.

Snapdragon 875 and 775G pop up on AnTuTu

Reportedly, the prototype platform running the Snapdragon 875 scored around 740,000 points in AnTuTu, which is almost 25% faster than the Snapdragon 865+-powered smartphones that we tested. They cap around the 600,000 mark.

However, we are pretty curious about the raw CPU performance and more specifically about the single-threaded workloads. After all, the chipset is said to take advantage of a different architecture and core arrangement. One big Cortex-X1 running at 2.84 GHz will sit behind the wheel along with three other Cortex-A78 cores ticking at 2.42 GHz while the energy-efficient cores will be Cortex-A55 running at 1.8 GHz. As for the GPU, it would be Adreno 660 and the whole SoC will be built on the brand new 5nm node.

Unfortunately, as of now, we don't have any details on the architecture of the Snapdragon 775G, the successor to the Snapdragon 765G. But the alleged AnTuTu 8 score promises a significant improvement. It scored around 530,000 points as opposed to the Snapdragon 765G handsets reaching merely 320,000 points. That's a hefty 65% increase in performance.

Keep in mind, though, that even if the scores are correct, the tests were run on a prototype test bench so the actual performance may vary. In most cases, it goes up a little when it gets released to the public.

Source (in Chinese)


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  • Simon

To be honest how many years is possible to get the same product "Cortex-A55" ??? In my opinion it doesn't make sense to throw away another ground for nothing, I will waiting for ARM_V9. Good luck

  • LOL

SD 875 is 5nm, SD 775 is 6nm. Apple A12 is also on 5nm. The SD 7xx series don't do well because they're not as powerful as their 8xx cousins, but still much more expensive than the entry-level 6xx chips. People who want a powerful phon...

If it's called the 777 (or 777G) and has similar performance to an 865/865+ then I might just get a phone with one of those. Triple sevens make 10x more sense than triple eights, so idk why they would still end up calling the 700 series chip a 7...

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