Snapdragon 8gx gen 1 vs Exynos 2200 vs Apple A15 Bionic

Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1 vs Exynos 2200 vs Apple A15 Bionic: Early GPU Comparison

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1 might perform less but also throttle less

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888/888+ 5G chipset was introduced only a few months ago. The Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 was the first smartphone to have an 888+ processor. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+, on the other hand, does not represent a significant boost. It still has throttling and heating difficulties as a result of the high-performance Cortex X series CPU, which has an indirect or direct impact on the device’s performance. Fans have high hopes for the forthcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1 5G processor. Qualcomm is expected to address the throttling and performance concerns with the upcoming Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1 5G processor (aka Snapdragon 898).

Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1 vs Exynos 2200 vs Apple A15 Bionic: GPU

In terms of GPU performance, the Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1 looks to fall short of its two main competitors, the upcoming Exynos 2200 and the Apple 15 Bionic. The Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1 chipset achieves 158.4 frames per second on Manhattan 3.1, 112.7 frames per second on Aztec Normal, and 43.1 frames per second on Aztec High. In comparison, the Exynos 2200 clocked 170.7 FPS, 121.4 FPS, and 51.5 FPS in early testing, while the A15 Bionic passed the Manhattan 3.1 test at 198 FPS. This is a 7.2% deficit when compared to the Exynos 2200 and a 20% disadvantage when compared to the A15 Bionic.

Chipsets Manhattan 3.1 (Early Test) Test Report
Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1 158.4 FPS
  • 7.2% drop compared to Exynos 2200
  • 20% drop compared to A15 Bionic
Exynos 2200 170.7 FPS
  • 7.7% increase compared to Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1
  • 13.8% decrease compared to A15 Bionic
Apple A15 Bionic 198 FPS
  • 25% increase compared to Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1
  • 16% increase compared to Exynos 2200

Peak performance isn’t the sole metric, though. Sustained performance is more essential, and it looks that Qualcomm outperforms its competitors in this area owing to less throttling. When compared to the Exynos 2200, Front Tron claims that this should provide equal sustained performance. Under continuous loads, the Exynos 2200 and A15 Bionic experience performance reductions of around 25% and 35%, respectively, according to Qualcomm’s statistics. In comparison, the Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1 is expected to throttle by about 20%.

Having that said, what do you think about the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 8Gx Gen 1 5G chipset, and Do you think it will be able to compete with Samsung Exynos 2200 and Apple A15 Bionic chipset? Do let us know by dropping a comment in your words below.

About Chandan Pandit

He is a Tech Journalist at Dealntech. He writes on Mobile and Android related news. Keeping the contents as simple as possible with proper information is his goal. He enjoys researching all kinds of tech products, especially fascinating latest mobile phones and gadgets. In his free time, he loves playing mobile games.

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