Snapdragon 865 achieves highest AnTuTu benchmark score
Qualcomm’s latest processor, the Snapdragon 865, achieved the highest score on the benchmarking platform AnTuTu.
Snapdragon 865 scores a massive 568,919 points on AnTuTu, making it the highest-scoring chipset on the platform. It exceeded the score of Apple’s A13 Bionic chip that previously topped the list. Not only that, but the SD865 chipset was also compared to the Snapdragon 855/855+, Kirin 990 5G, and the MediaTek Dimensity 1000, with SD865 maintaining a strong lead over the aforementioned processors.
In the image, SD865’s CPU scored 182,317, higher than the 142,330 score of its predecessor, the SD855. It’s also higher than Kirin 990 5G’s 158,194 and the MediaTek Dimensity 1000’s 161,266. Snapdragon 865 also beat out its competitors in terms of GPU, MEM, and UX. It’s also worth noting that both SD865 and Mediatek Dimensity use an ARM A77 architecture, however, SD865 also utilizes the Kryo 495 architecture.
Qualcomm first announced the SD865 chipset in their Snapdragon Tech Summit held at the beginning of December. The first device to have an SD865 chipset, the ZTE Axon 10s Pro, was unveiled today.