Leaked Snapdragon 750G benchmark scores indicate better CPU performance than the Snapdragon 765G; matches the Dimensity 820
Yesterday, Qualcomm launched its latest 5G-capable chipset, the Snapdragon 750G. While it's still early days yet and there isn't any way to test the performance of the new SoC, a new leak has revealed information on what to expect from the Snapdragon 750G.
According to known tipster Digital Chat Station, the Snapdragon 750G will record scores in the region of 650 and 1900 on Geekbench's single-core and multi-core tests respectively. Those are impressive numbers and show that the Snapdragon 750G actually outperforms the Snapdragon 765G.
Going by numbers on our database, the Snapdragon 765G typically records an average score of about 600 and 1800 in the Geekbench single-core and multi-core tests respectively. This gives a 7% CPU performance advantage to the new chipset. It, of course, also complicates Qualcomm's naming scheme, as one would expect the higher-numbered Snapdragon 765G to be more powerful.
Compared to the other heavy-hitter in that class, the MediaTek Dimensity 820, the Snapdragon 750G does seem to take a slight lead in single-core performance, but still lags behind in multi-core, as we've seen the Dimensity 820 hit scores of 630 and over 2500 in Geekbench's single-core and multi-core tests.
Millet Snapdragon 750G engineering machine GeekBench5 running points, single-threaded 650/multi-threaded 1950. For reference, Snapdragon 765G is 600/1700, Dimensity 820 is 630/2100, and Kirin 820 is 600/2200. The product positioning of this machine will not be very high.. (1/2)— Digital Chat Station (@StationChat) September 23, 2020