Apple’s A12 Bionic which debuted with the iPhone XS series is currently crushing the benchmarks in the single core as well as in multi-core scores and not only that, the GPU is also pretty superior compared to the competition on the A12 bionic. Same is expected from Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 855 chip as well which will be used in most 2019 flagship devices. On the other, hand we also have Huawei’s Hi-Silicon Kirin 980 which was announced a few weeks ago and is regarded as one of the most powerful chips Huawei has ever built, and it goes toe to toe with the Snapdragon 835 and is on not very behind against the Snapdragon 845.
And in today’s news, we have the Geekbench benchmarks of Single Core and multi-core scores of the flagship mentioned above chips from their respective manufacturers. I wonder whether we will ever see a TI OMAP flagship chip from TMSC which currently makes processors for Samsung and Apple.
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Moving ahead with the benchmarks leading the way here is yes you guessed it right, Apple’s A12 bionic processor ripping apart everyone but then again the platform here is also different, one runs on iOS while the others on Android.
- Apple A12 Bionic – Single Core: 4821 | Multi-Core: 11508
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 – Single Core: 3469 | Multi-Core: 10248
- Huawei Kirin 980 – Single Core: 3390 | Multi-Core: 10381
- Samsung Exynos 9820 – Unknown
Both the Kirin 980 and Snapdragon 855 are quite closely matched as they both are based on the Cortex A76 which is the powerful core for heavy lifting tasks coupled with the Cortex A55 which is known for its power efficiency. Now the only player missing here is Samsung’s Exynos 9820 which will be arriving with the Galaxy S10 or on the Galaxy Note 10.