The chip set an impressive record of 1,771,106 points. These early results are for guidance only and may not reflect the actual performance of mass-produced devices, but give an idea of ​​the potential of Qualcomm’s upcoming product.

At the same time, the processor’s impressive results in Geekbench 5 are also mentioned. There, the SoC managed to score 1700 points in the single-core test and 6600 points in the multi-core test. Even higher scores were in Geekbench 6: 2200 and 7000 points respectively.

Recall that the announcement of a new Qualcomm chip is expected on October 24 as part of the Snapdragon Technology Summit. It is expected to be built on TSMC’s 4nm process and will include one Cortex X4 super core, five Cortex A720 large cores, two Cortex A520 small cores and another powerful Adreno 750 graphics core.

Source: Ferra

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