Samsung Galaxy S22 doesn’t seem as potent in the latest benchmarks


Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

We are already halfway through November, which means we are approaching 2022 and the possible launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S22 series. This also means that we will start receiving more leaks and information regarding the new Galaxy S series. However, the latest information is not as promising as we might wish, as it suggests that the new Galaxy S22 may not be as powerful as we had expected.

It seems that the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus has been seen on Geekbench by the technology site Aroged. The device came up with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 chipset, where it managed to score 1,163 on the single-core test and 2,728 on the multi-core score. Coherently, its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S21, scored 1,116 and 3,300, and the latest OnePlus 9 Pro scored 1,126 and 3,685 points, respectively.

More specifically, the Galaxy S22 + appears in Geekbench 5 with the next Qualcomm processor with four CPU cores running at 1.79 GHz, with three cores running at 2.5 GHz and also with a core running at 3 GHz. “

The alleged Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus easily defeats both Galaxy S21 Plus and OnePlus 9 Pro on single-core score. Yet it receives a humiliating defeat compared to the multi-core department. Now, these results will most likely improve as we get closer to the device’s launch, but we can not say that they are a bit disappointing.

The numbers get worse when we compare the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus with the benchmark results achieved by the eternal rival as the iPhone 13 Pro Max scores 1,720 and 4,549. This last comparison may seem a bit exaggerated considering that the Pro Max is Cupertino’s best option, while the Galaxy S22 Plus is a step below the Ultra variant. We also expect Samsung to offer a new AMD GPU in the upcoming Galaxy S22 series, although this improvement may be destined to work with the Exynos 220 processor, which unfortunately will not be available in the US market, or at least initially.

Samsung’s new Galaxy S series is expected to arrive sometime in February during the next Mobile World Congress. Rumors also suggest that the Galaxy S22 Plus comes with 8GB of RAM and Android 12 and the latest version of Samsung’s One UI out of the box. But again, these are still rumors.

Source Aroged

Via Tom’s guide


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