Shortly after being spotted on AnTuTu, Qualcomm’s first 5nm smartphone chipset, the Snapdragon 875, has apparently graced the Chinese benchmarking platform Master Lu.
Qualcomm’s forthcoming chip is also expected to feature the Cortex-A78, which offers 20 percent better performance than the Cortex-A77.
Kirin 9000’s Mali G78 GPU is 10 percent more power-efficient than its predecessor
So, while Snapdragon 875’s CPU lead over Kirin 9000 is consistent with expectations, the GPU score is the real surprise here. At the same time, the Mali G78 is apparently a power hog, so we will have to wait for Snapdragon 875-powered phones to come out to compare the real-world performance of the two chips.
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