Samsung is set to take the fight to Qualcomm and Apple with their next-gen mobile platforms. In a leaked benchmark Samsung’s new hardware “Blows Qualcomm’s Adreno 650 out of the water,” according to BGR.
About a year ago Samsung announced that it was teaming up with AMD to bring RDNA-based Radeon GPU’s to smartphones.
According to @Kaz9837, some benchmarks were leaked onto South Korean cummunity site called CLIEN. The Engineers used GFXBench to benchmark the performance of the chip:
|Samsung Exynos AMD GPU||Snapdragon 865 Adreno 650 GPU|
|Manhattan 31||181.8 frames||123 frames|
|Aztech Normal||138.25 frames||53 frames|
|Aztech High||58 frames||20 frames|
For context many companies are moving to designing their own chips to reduce reliance on Qualcomm and Intel. Recently we reported on a rumor that Samsung would debut their Exynos chip inside the Galaxy Note 20. Google may develop its own chips with Samsung amid Microsoft developing its SQ chips, Apple continuing to develop its A-series chips and Huawei developing its Kirin chips.