- Tram Ho
The Galaxy S20 / S20 + and S20 Ultra series are expected to have two versions running the Snapdragon 865 and Exynos 990 chips. Specifically, the Snapdragon 865 runs on TSMC’s second 7nm process. This is the same process on the Apple A13 chip of iPhone 11.
Meanwhile, Exynos 990 also runs on 7nm EUV process and owns impressive processing speed. Previously, the Exynos series always outperformed the Snapdragon in multi-core processing points. And Snapdragon excels at graphics processing. Both chips will support 5G networks.
Given the fierce competition in the current chip market, it would not be surprising if the performance of this year’s chips was much better than last year.
Specifically, the Exynos 880 chip runs on 7nm process while Exynos 9820 on Galaxy S10 is 8nm. In addition, Qualcomm also promises the performance of the Snapdragon 865 chip will be 25% stronger than the Snapdragon 855. Not only is the processing speed faster, but also the accompanying features such as 5G modem also work more efficiently. .
Below is a table comparing the parameters of the top 4 chips currently on the market: Exynos 990, Snapdragon 865, Snapdragon 855+ and Apple A13.
In addition, Droidshout has revealed a first benchmark comparison between Galaxy S20 + (US version) running Snapdragon 865 chip and Galaxy S10 running Snapdragon 855.
Benchmark score between Snapdragon 855 (Galaxy S10) and Snapdragon 865 (Galaxy S20 +)
As can be seen, Galaxy S20 + with new Snapdragon 865 chip has higher clock speed and RAM is expected to reach 12GB as many rumors.
According to statistics on Geekbench 5.1, Galaxy S20 + model (code SM-G986U) has single-core and multi-core points which are superior to Snapdragon 855 on Galaxy S10. Specifically, the single point of Galaxy S20 + is 923 points and multi-core is 3267 points. While the Galaxy S10 benchmark score is only 736 points and 2623 points.
So we can expect an impressive performance on the Galaxy S20 series coming in February.
Refer to Phonearena
Source : Genk