Qualcomm will unveil its next generation of processors for smartphones on December 1. While waiting for all the official details, we have to rely on the data recovered by the blogger Digital chat station. According to him, the Snapdragon 875, the next high-end SoC with 5nm engraving, would outperform the S865 it replaces by 25%. The score would be about 740,000 points on AnTuTu against about 600,000 for the previous generation.
A profit of 65% for the middle class?
The Snapdragon 875 should benefit from a new architecture with a Prime core for the most complex tasks that will run at 2.84 GHz. It is supposed to be supported by three Cortex-A78 cores clocked at 2.42 GHz. Finally, four Cortex-A55 cores would complement each other to improve efficiency.
This performance gain would therefore be interesting, but should be even more important for the new mid-range chip, Snapdragon 775G. It would reach about 530,000 points against 320,000 for the S765G. This corresponds to an increase of 65%.
All this data would come from prototypes, so keep in mind that the end result may be different. In any case, we have some answers next Tuesday.