The Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 reportedly scores 740,000 points in AnTuTu, with the Snapdragon 775G close to the performance of the Snapdragon 865
The Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 765G are powerful chipsets in their own right, but a new post by Digital Chat Station suggests that Qualcomm has made some huge performance leaps for their successors. According to the leaker, prototype platforms of the Snapdragon 875 and Snapdragon 775G have been benchmarked in AnTuTu, revealing an insight into their prospective performance.
Apparently, the Snapdragon 775G-based platform scores 530,000 points in AnTuTu v8, which is a huge leap from the Snapdragon 765G. According to our database, the Snapdragon 765G averages 316,534 points with a maximum of 332,074 points in the benchmark. Hence, the Snapdragon 775G may outperform its predecessor by around 60%, although this performance gap may will probably not be as wide in other applications and benchmarks. Additionally, a score of 530,000 points puts the Snapdragon 775G only 8% behind the Snapdragon 865.
While the performance of the Snapdragon 775G sounds impressive, Digital Chat Station also claims that the Snapdragon 875-based platform managed about 740,000 points in the same benchmark. If that is the case, then the Snapdragon 875 will have a 28% lead over the Snapdragon 865. We may see performance increases with final hardware too, so these margins between current generation SoCs may grow.
Sadly, little is known about the Snapdragon 775G. In September, Roland Quandt reported that the chipset would support up to 120 Hz displays, 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage, which may explain why LG has reportedly skipped the Snapdragon 875 for the first half of next year. Qualcomm has already hinted that it would showcase the Snapdragon 875 at its 2020 Tech Summit next month, but the fate of the Snapdragon 775G is unknown.