Recent reports show that the Snapdragon 820 is being tweaked, optimized, and tested for more and more performance. It was only a coupled of days back when we had reported that the Snapdragon 820 will come with four cores instead of eight, and now we have strong benchmark figures at hand.
A new benchmark result has leaked out today and the data is exhaustive. The test compares the performance between the latest revised Snapdragon 820 chip and the earlier prototype that was seen in China. The test also compares the Snapdragon 820 to the Snapdragon 810 chip in terms of processing power.
As seen in the chart above, the green-colored results are for the Snapdragon 810, orange-colored ones are for the early prototype of the Snapdragon 820 (codenamed here as 820-A), while the latest revised Snapdragon 820 results are colored in red. The latest Snapdragon 820, codenamed as 820-B in the chart, crosses 70K points, thus beating the previous prototype 820-A.
Qualcomm’s present-gen Snapdragon 810 has been severely criticized in the market for its overheating problem. So we hope that the final revision of the upcoming Snapdragon 820 emerges as a perfect chip without any issues and with better overall performance.