With the advent of the 2020 Android flagships coming, Qualcomm have been hyping up their new Sd 865 SoC. They’ve been touting the chip’s functionality, claiming it’ll be the suitable CPU on the market, but presently we’ve got plain benches to watch at. Someone ran Qualcomm’s Sd 865 reference product (codenamed ‘Kona’) through AnTuTu, and the achievements are just as excellent like expected.
In AnTuTu, the chipset manages to result of 568,919 points, what puts it more than every commercial phone currently in the world on the market. It’s a marked improvement above the Snapdragon 855 what averaged about 450,000 points, and even manages to nudge the iPhone 11 Pro Max and its Apple A13 Bionic CPU aside.
In comparison with the Snapdragon 855+, Kirin 990 5G and MediaTek Dimensity 1000, the Sd 865 still retains its clean lead, leaving it like the king of the pack. Granted, this is a reference device, it’s entirely possible that final-touch devices from manufacturers will result higher or lower than this, but it sets a quite decent typical for other CPU makers to aim for.
The Sd 865 was reported at their recent summit in Maui, Hawaii and will be probably be seen in all primary flagship Android smartphones in 2020. With the Snapdragon 865, Qualcomm is promising up to a 25 percent increase in CPU and GPU experience, twice the experience increase in AI tasks and lower power consumption across the board. We can’t wait to take our hands on a Sd 865 powered product and test it ourselves.