Qualcomm’s next top-of-the-range SoC, the Snapdragon 875 (codename Lahaina), has been seen in the AnTuTu benchmarking software reaching 850,000 points, which is quite a record. To be exact, it achieved a score of 847,868 points, and this is a beastly score.
For reference, the Apple A14 that gives life to all iPhone 12 devices offers a score of 660,038 points, so it is not capable of even surpassing the current Snapdragon 865 (not the Plus). On the other hand, we have the Exynos 1080 SoC, Samsung’s mid-range SoC with a score of 693,600 points, and to top it off, Huawei’s top-of-the-range SoC, the HiSilicon Kirin 9000 with 693,605 points.
The Snapdragon 875 will be officially announced on December 1, hoping that Xiaomi will be the first company to have access to this silicon. Of the Snapdragon 875 we know that it will be manufactured by Samsung Foundry to a 5nm manufacturing process, it will integrate the new 5G Snapdragon X60 modem, and it would use an 8-core design in the form of three 1 + 3 + 4-core clusters, where the core in The lonely one will be a very high-performance Cortex-X1, which will be up to 30 percent faster than the current Cortex-A77. The next 3 cores would be Cortex-A78, 20% faster than the Cortex-A77 but 50% more efficient. The remaining four cores will be focused on low energy consumption and would be 4x Cortex-A55. Finally, we have the Adreno 660 graphics.