The new upcoming processor from Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 is going to set a lot of records. But even now it has already set a few records when it comes to AI performance. Yes, this is not about the CPU or GPU performance but the AI performance. This record is on a benchmark app AnTuTu.
Snapdragon 8150 AI performance and rest of the flagship processors:
Snapdragon 8150 vs Current Flagship Processors
The Snapdragon 8150 scored over 360,000 points on AnTutu Benchmark app. This score is far ahead of any current flagship processors. It is over 60,000 more than the Snapdragon 845 and 10,000 more than the Apple's A12 Bionic Chip. When it comes to Huawei's Kirin 980 the first 7nm processor, the Snapdragon 8150 is 45,000 points ahead of it.
On a benchmarking site, there is a data of a few real-world phones and these dev processors like the Snapdragon 8150 and Helio P80. Since there is no actual phone with the Snapdragon 8150 and Helio P80 Dev Platforms are used. The Snapdragon 8150 scored 22,082 points on AI score followed by the shocking performance of Helio P80 with 19,453 scores. This can be said that the both these processors are going to bring a lot of improvements in terms of AI performance.
OnePlus 6 vs others
Something shocking is the performance of OnePlus 6 has Snapdragon 845 running inside. And remember we are talking about almost a year old OP 6 not the 6T. It is ahead of Huawei P20 Pro and also the 7nm Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
Also the latest flagship phone of Google the Pixel 3XL gives half the score of OP 6 in AI. Both the phones have the same processor Snapdragon 845 and the Pixel 3XL was launched a lot later the OnePlus 6. This may be because of Google's algorithm that allocates an entire core for Image Processing. Also, this could be due to the good optimization of OxyGenOS for the OnePlus 6 for Artificial Intelligence. We can only say OnePlus 6 performs better than the Google Pixel 3XL in terms of AI performance.
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