Snapdragon 888 vs A14 Bionic

The eternal battle of all years between the most powerful Android phones and the latest innovations from Apple. Now that both Apple’s new A14 Bionic processor and Snapdragon 888 are official, the controversy over which one is more powerful is hidden again. We have yet to see the first commercial smartphone with Snapdragon 888 processor, but that doesn’t stop us from seeing the first round of the battle between the two most famous processors on the market.

Undoubtedly the most powerful Android smartphone with Snapdragon 888 alongside the iPhone 12 with A14 Bionic will offer maximum performance in any game, application or multitasking, no matter how aggressive it is. However, the performance of both chips is always measured, which coincidentally have the same ARM architecture and are based on a 5nm manufacturing process. Both have the most power and energy efficiency ever seen on Android and iPhone.

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Apple Takes Advantage

However, the famous Geekbench performance program showed the results of both processors . The terminal with Snapdragon 888 has not yet been released to the market, but we know it will be integrated by the most powerful mobile devices such as the Xiaomi Mi 11 or some variant of the Galaxy S21. In this case, the sample is taken from the test done with the OnePlus 9 Pro filter.

This terminal scored 1115 points in single-core tests and 3483 points in multi-core tests. Likewise, the Apple A14 Bionic scores 1.585 points in the single-core test and 3.924 points in the multi-core test. As a reminder, the Snapdragon 888 is an 8-core chip, while Apple’s processor has six cores.

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What does it mean?

In terms of usability, the iPhone 12 and its A14 offer improved performance, which can lead to more flexibility in use. some games or tasks that have been pushed to their limits .

However, let’s remember that each application is created on demand for a particular operating system, so a user with a Snapdragon 888 or A14 Bionic mobile device is unlikely to notice the difference in loading times, etc. However, only when you can compare the terminal with the latest Qualcomm innovations and iPhone 12, we will leave doubts.

It should be borne in mind that besides the battle for performance, where both processors remain, the focus has been on energy efficiency , a more discussed topic if possible.

These tests should be viewed with a grain of salt, as Android smartphones with Snapdragon 888 can offer very different specs, depending on the level of optimization achieved by each manufacturer and the hardware that accompanies it.

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