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Samsung Exynos 980's AnTuTu is higher than Snapdragon 765G, Kirin 810

Qualcomm has a new promising chip designed to power a lot of future mid-range devices, the Snapdragon 765G. In fact, Xiaomi has already launched one recently, the Redmi K30 5G.
Samsung Exynos 980's AnTuTu is higher than Snapdragon 765G, Kirin 810
Samsung Exynos 980

Its competitor, Samsung has also launched the Exynos 980 that will power the upcoming Vivo X30. 

But how do these chips compare with each other?

Exynos 980 is fast!

AnTuTu scores of Exynos 980 vs Kirin 810 and Snapdragon 765G

To give us a glimpse of their performance, a report from China shared the AnTuTu benchmark of the prototype Vivo X30, OPPO Reno 3 Pro, and Huawei Nova 5i Pro. All three have 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.

Based on the test, the top-scoring chip is the Exynos 980 with a score of 332,541 points. It has a CPU score of 120,173, a GPU score of 88,923, a Memory score of 58,980, and a UX score of 64,555.

In the ranking, Snapdragon 765G placed second with a score of 319,398. It got a CPU score of 104,799, a GPU score of 84,064, a Memory score of 66,012, and a UX score of 56,988.

Kirin 810 surprisingly held up well with a total score of 315,147. 

The difference in scores between the 3 chipsets is not that big. But both the Exynos 980 and Snapdragon 765G are 5G chips. Kirin 810 is a 4G chip. 

But, the cool thing is it still did a pretty good job in the benchmarking application despite being older by 6 months versus Snapdragon 765G.

Source: Mydrivers
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