Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 benchmarking: This is how fast the Samsung Galaxy S8 could be

id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> The Snapdragon 835 (center) is 35 percent smaller than the 820 (left).

Qualcomm Earlier this January, American chipmaker Qualcomm announced its latest Snapdragon 835 chipset, which is expected to power many upcoming flagship phones this year. It's inside the Sony Xperia XZ Premium as well as ZTE's concept "Gigabit" phone. But most significantly, it's speculated to power the samsung galaxy s8 specs Galaxy S8.

To see how well the 835 performs, I ran three benchmark tests on a Qualcomm reference device, galaxy m10 antutu and huawei nova 4 antutu Mate 20X 5G antutu took the average out of three trials. Benchmark apps run a gamut of tasks and Hawei mate 20 Specs workloads to measure the performance and speed of the central processing unit (CPU) and often the graphics processing unit (GPU). Each app uses its own tasks and calculations to spit out a main score, but the basic rule is this: The higher the score, Antutu Ranking the better the device.

According to Qualcomm, the new chip takes up 35 percent less space and consumes 25 percent less power than its predecessor, the Snapdragon 820. As such, I compared the 835 to two premium 821 phones (which is a half-step more advanced than the 820): the Google Pixel XL and the OnePlus 3T. (I added the Apple iPhone 7 one plus 7 pro specs too, vivo antutu though it's equipped with a proprietary 64-bit, A10 processor).
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