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Samsung Galaxy S21 is running Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 on Geekbench

Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 888 (once known as the Snapdragon 875) is no more unusual to Geekbench. The chipset has appeared on the benchmarking site on a large group of gadgets from companies , for example, Xiaomi, Vivo, and Samsung. It has shown up on Geekbench, this time close by the Samsung Galaxy S21.

Twitter leaker Abhishek Yadav stumbled the cell phone’s freshest Geebench listing. It basically reaffirms what we definitely think about the chip’s performance. A single-core score of 1,075 and multi-core score of 2,916 conforms to the Snapdragon 888’s previous showings, in spite of the fact that the last is by all accounts a bit low.

We can chalk that down to the test running on a pre-production version of the cell phone. Despite the apparently precise scores, some doubt is all together, as there seems, by all accounts, to be no record of the posting in the Geekbench listing at the hour of composing.

Qualcomm has clarified that the Snapdragon 888’s essential objective is efficiency and not raw performance, which is made abundantly clear by its decision to run the chipset’s ‘prime’ Cortex-X1 core at a moderate 2.8GHz.

Samsung, then again, needs to play catchup with Qualcomm after the Exynos 990 debacle. A few affirmed Geekbench scores of the Exynos 2100 have surfaced, yet their legitimacy is being referred astoundingly without a listing.

It shouldn’t be some time before we discover how the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 fares in reality, as it will be launched alongside the Xiaomi Mi 11 later in December 2020. Then again, we may need to stand by until February 2021 to see the Exynos 2100 in real life.

Die-hard Samsung enthusiasts have their expectations up high, as the Exynos 2100 will purportedly push its Cortex-X1 center to 3.0GHz. Its ARM Mali-G78 MP24 GPU likewise figured out how to beat the Adreno 660 by a narrow margin in one benchmark.

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