The Snapdragon 888, which was introduced in the past weeks, fell behind the Apple A14 Bionic processor.
The first comparison results for the Snapdragon 888 produced by Qualcomm’s 5 nm fabrication process have also been published. With the published results, it was also revealed how Qualcomm’s new generation processor performed compared to other processors. In the published results, it was observed that the performance of the Snapdragon 888 was behind Apple’s A14 Bionic and its processor.
According to the test results published on GeekBench 5, we see that the 5 nm Snapdragon 888 processor scored 1,135 points in the single-core test and 3,794 points in the multi-core test. In addition to this, Apple’s A14 Bionic processor is a single-core test 1,603 points, while the multi-core test 4,187 points is.
In this section, we witness that the A14 Bionic surpasses the Snapdragon 888 in both single-core and multi-core tests. Of course, it is not known on which phone SP888 is used for now. However, particular attention is drawn to the fact that these results may vary depending on the phone used.
In the GFXBench graphics test, the superiority of the A14 Bionic processor continues. In this section, as a result of a series of graphics tests, the A14 manages to reach 102.24 FPS values. Again, from the same test, the 5 nm SP888 processor gets 86 FPS.
It is not known exactly how much these values will change after the SP888 processor phones are released. However, there are serious differences between the A14 and SP888 processors.
What Does Snapdragon 888 Offer With Its Features?
Produced by Qualcomm’s 5 nm fabrication process, Snapdragon 888 is the first processor to be launched with the Cortex-X1 core. Cortex X1 offers 33 percent faster processing capacity compared to Cortex A78. Located at the heart of the Snapdragon 888 processor, the X1 core runs at 2.84GHz according to shared information.
The X1 core is accompanied by 3 Cortex-A78 cores operating at 2.4 GHz and 4 Cortex A55 cores operating at 1.8GHz. In addition, SP888’s CPU unit includes 4 MB L3 cache and 3 MB system cache.
According to the shared performance data, Snapdragon 888 also hosts a 25 percent increase on the CPU side compared to Snapdragon 865 and a 35 percent increase on the GPU side.