Digital Chat Station, known as a reliable source about smartphones, announced the AnTuTu results of Snapdragon 875 and Snapdragon 775G processors. According to the statements made, the 2021 model flagship phones will be much faster than the 2020 model flagships.
Social media account that succeeded in gaining reputation with its posts about smartphones “Digital Chat Station“, expressed a claim that will fall like a bomb on the agenda. Mobile processor giant QualcommTalking about the upcoming processors of Snapdragon 875 and Snapdragon 775G AnTuTu scores explained.
Qualcomm, in the coming days “Snapdragon Technology Summit 2020The company will also announce its new processor, which will power 2021 model flagship phones, within the scope of this event. Snapdragon 875According to the statements of Digital Chat Station, it will offer a serious performance increase.
Snapdragon 875 scored 740 thousand points in AnTuTu
According to the statements of Digital Chat Station, a working prototype of Snapdragon 875 was tested in AnTuTu. 740 thousand points took. The Snapdragon 865 processor that powers the 2020 model flagship phones received 600 thousand points in AnTuTu. The difference in points seems to be enough to satisfy consumers waiting for the 2021 model flagship phone. In addition, the Exynos 1080, which Samsung has developed with great hopes, seems not to be able to easily approach the Snapdragon 875.
Qualcomm Receives Necessary License To Sell Processor To Huawei (5G Is On The Way)
Snapdragon 775G, the second processor mentioned by Digital Chat Station, is the successor of Snapdragon 765G. This processor, which gives life to the middle and sometimes top segment phones that many people use today, received 320 thousand points from AnTuTu tests. It seems that Qualcomm will also fly mid-segment phones in 2021 in terms of performance, so to speak. According to Digital Chat Station, Snapdragon 775G’s AnTuTu score will be around 530 thousand levels. The event to be organized by Qualcomm will reveal all the details about these processors.