Unannounced Snapdragon 8150 SoC Allegedly Scores 362,292 on AnTuTu

As we known Qualcomm is working on its next flagship chipset and is expected to be unveiled by the end of this year. This chipset will be the successor of the Snapdragon 845, which has been used on most of the flagship models smartphones of this year from their respected smartphone makers. The upcoming chipset is said to be called as Snapdragon 8150 and not Snapdragon 855 as we have been thinking since the predecessor of the 845 was 835.

With all the news spreading around, the fresh news that we have is the chipset has been spotted on the AnTuTu benchmarking website before the official announcement if it. According to the listing the Chipset has scored 362,292 points AnTuTu which makes its the first chipset cross the benchmark of 3,60,000 points on Android platform. Well, while comparing it will the Mate 20 running on Kirin 980 chipset which managed to score an average of 311,840 points.

The highest score from a Qualcomm SoC till date was scored by Xiaomi’s Black Shark Helo smartphone powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset with the score of 301,757. This is a 20 percent bump over its predecessor and 16 percent bump over the Kirin 980 chipset. Moreover, there is also a chance of the score of the Snapdragon 8150 to be increased after a few optimizations by the manufacturers. A particular date for the launch of this chipset is not been mentioned yet.

Furthermore, the recent Geekbench listing also revealed that the chipset scored 3,281 in the single-core test and 11,023 in the multi-core test. These scores are much higher than the score of 2,500 in single-core and 8,900 in the multi-core test. The upcoming is rumored to come with three-cluster CPU core design which is similar to Kirin 980 and Exynos 9820. It will be clocked with 2.84 GHz with three medium cores at 2.4GHz and four small efficient cores at 1.78 GHz. It will feature Adreno 640 GPU which is claimed to be offering 20 percent better battery. Comment in the section below and do stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.

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