Qualcomm’s next top-of-the-line SoC, the Snapdragon 875, was seen by the benchmarking software Master Lu, and as expected, its performance is impressive at the CPU level, as there is a performance improvement of 20.8 percent compared to the Kirin 9000, and 14.8 percent compared to the Snapdragon 865.
Unfortunately for Qualcomm, they cannot boast of graphic performance, and the fact is that the Kirin 9000 manages to beat it by the minimum with 344,334 points vs 342,225 points, while the Snapdragon 865 drops with 394,913 points (-16.7% vs Kirin 9000).
In this way, the 24-core Mali-G78 graphics are able to stand up to Adreno’s top-of-the-range Custom graphics. It should be remembered that Huawei indicated that today, a smartphone requires much more GPU power than CPU, and that is why they focused their efforts on offering a great performance improvement in this regard and the company has not disappointed, Hence the big difference in performance between one SoC and another if we look at the CPU and GPU.
When it comes to Master Lu’s total score, which takes into account all factors, the Snapdragon 875 leads by the minimum with 899,401 points compared to 875,308 points for the Kirin 9000 (-2.7%).