Without the Kirin chip, the Qualcomm 895 chip has no rival!

Speaking of who is the strongest mobile phone chip at present, everyone will think that it is Apple’s A14 chip. Of course, the A14 is really strong. Everyone has always believed that Apple’s A-series chips are a generation ahead of Android chips.

But in fact, in AnTuTu’s running points, A14 only ran about 570,000 points, which is not very powerful in terms of running points. After all, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 ran about 820,000 points.

Without the Kirin chip, the Qualcomm 895 chip has no rival!

Of course, since one is the iOS platform and the other is the Android platform, the running scores of the two different platforms are indeed not directly comparable, and more are just for reference. Everyone likes to compare the running scores on the same platform.

Some time ago, Qualcomm released the Snapdragon 888 Plus. Compared with Qualcomm 888, the score is not obvious. It is about 860,000 points. It can also be considered as the strongest Android chip at present.

But soon, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 Plus’s top score will be broken by another chip, Qualcomm’s own Snapdragon 895.

Without the Kirin chip, the Qualcomm 895 chip has no rival!

According to media reports, this chip will be released within this year, using Samsung’s 4nm process, and now some bloggers have said that the AnTuTu score of this chip will exceed the million mark. This means that compared with the 820,000 points of Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, it has increased by about 25%, which is definitely the strongest core of Android.

If nothing else, as soon as this chip is released, it will definitely be Xiaomi, Samsung, etc. to grab the first launch. After all, the past few generations of Qualcomm flagship chips have been like this.

It is worth mentioning that the Snapdragon 895 will also have a built-in X65 baseband, which is the second generation of Qualcomm integrated 5G chips. The first generation is the Snapdragon 888, and the X65 is the fourth generation 5G baseband of Qualcomm. X55, X60. The X65 is the world’s first 10GB 5G baseband and the world’s first baseband chip to support 3GPP Release16.

Without the Kirin chip, the Qualcomm 895 chip has no rival!

Some agencies have reported that Samsung’s 5nm process has a yield rate of less than 50%, which is also the reason why the Snapdragon 888 consumes a lot of power and plays a big role. I just don’t know what the yield rate of Samsung’s 4nm process is this time? Compared with the Dragon 888, what about the power consumption and heat generation?

In addition, with the release of the Snapdragon 895, it also means that Huawei is completely behind Qualcomm in the chip, because this time the Kirin chip should be absent, and I have to say that it is a very regrettable thing. In addition, after the absence of Huawei’s Kirin chip, MediaTek again Not to force, this time Snapdragon 895 has no rival.

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