Benchmark tests are used in an attempt to compare different devices or components used on different handsets in an objective manner. The idea is to determine which phone, processor, etc. is better without relying on opinions. Benchmark sites are mostly followed by phone enthusiasts and we’ve never seen a phone manufacturer brag to the public about their AnTuTu score and comparing it to a rival device.
The Snapdragon 775G posts a benchmark score only 8% lower than the Snapdragon 865
Besides the flagship Snapdragon 875, Qualcomm is also expected to release the Snapdragon 775G early next year and the gaming-centered chip averaged an impressive 530,000 in AnTuTu tests. That is a whopping 67% hike from the average 316,534 AnTuTu score received by this year’s Snapdragon 765G. Even more interesting, the Snapdragon 775G’s alleged score is only 8% lower than what the Snapdragon 865 received on AnTuTu.
Next month, we expect to see Qualcomm introduce the Snapdragon 875 and Snapdragon 765G during the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit 2020. At that event, Xiaomi is tipped to introduce the Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro. Both of those handsets will be among the first to employ the new 5nm chipsets produced by Qualcomm. There is also speculation that the Nokia 10 PureView, HMD Global’s newest Nokia flagship, will also have the Snapdragon 875 under the hood.