The processor’s AnTuTu running score reached 730,000, and Geekbench single-core score is 1135 points, while the multi-core score is 3794 points.
For comparison, the current AnTuTu best score of the Snapdragon 865 is 671,000 points. It is calculated that Snapdragon 888 has increased by about 10%. Of course, the comparison here is the best result of Snapdragon 865 after one year of optimization. In this sense, the SND888 is not released yet. So there must be a lot of room for optimization.
For GeekBench, the Snapdragon 888 scored 1135 points for single-core and 3794 points for multi-core tests. Compared with the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE equipped with the Snapdragon 865 multi-core and single-core increased by 18% and 26%, respectively. Compared with Kirin 9000’s single-core 1020 and multi-core 3710, the two are almost the same.
In addition, Qualcomm also provided the results of Snapdragon 888 in GFXBench 5.0 and Manhattan 3.0. The 1080p off-screen score is 169FPS and Aztec ruins Vulkan 1080p / conventional off-screen score is 86FPS. This achievement performed very well, which was over 40% and 45% higher than the best results of the Snapdragon 865.
In these tests, the Snapdragon 888 did not surpass Apple’s A14 Bionic chip. Although the API is different and the two achieve similar frame rates in the Manhattan GPU benchmark, the Snapdragon 888 did not perform well in the Aztec test. Apple’s A14 processor only won by 7% in the CPU multi-core results. But in the single-core test, it expanded the lead to a staggering 41%.