Samsung Galaxy S22+ with Snapdragon 898 runs Geekbench


Then, at that point’s, another Snapdragon 898 scorecard from Geekbench – this one has a place with the SM-S906U, which is the US understanding of the Samsung Galaxy S22. The chipset ran at the top available timepiece pets, meaning3.0 GHz for the Cortex-X2 core,2.5 GHz for the A710 and1.8 GHz for the A510.

The score is lower than what the 898-powered Galaxy Tab S8 managed, but inconsistent results aren’t unanticipated withpre-release tackle and software. Qualcomm won’t advertise its new flagship chipset until November 30 and the first phones with the 898 may arrive a month latterly, there’s time left to tweak effects.
Preliminarily, we’ve seen an Exynos 2200-powered S22 do Geekbench, still, that bone had a power-saving governor enabled, so it’s the result is useless for score comparisons. At any rate, the two telephones ran Android 12 with 8 GB of RAM, which will be the base setup.

There’s additionally an outcome from the SM-S901U (vanilla S22), yet it’s warily low, so we’re excluding it then, at that point). Also, keep in mind that the coming- word chipsets are grounded on ARMv9, so software has presumably not acclimated yet to make the stylish out of the new armature.

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