As the smartphone market is getting more and more competitive every single day, it’s hard to actually decide which smartphone is better and rank them on the basis of individual specifications. The processor is the heart of the smartphone. In Today’s world Smartphone processor is So Powerful they can even run Pc os and they are also capable of doing AR, in the device Ai Process. Today it is very difficult to find out which one is the Best Processor for Mobile. Nowadays Every Big Smartphone company is building its own Processor like You know Apple A13 bionic, Huawei Kirin, Samsung Exynos Processor, and some other small companies Like Xiaomi surge S1 for Budget smartphone. If the company doesn’t build its CPU they will use Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU the best processor for android Phone.
In this 2020 smartphone season, a lot of game-changing smartphones going to launch with there latest processor in the mobile. For the High-End flagship smartphone, Samsung will start the race with the New Samsung Galaxy S20 Series. Samsung will use Exynos 990 and fastest snapdragon processor Qualcomm snapdragon 865 depend on location then there is Exynos vs snapdragon Fight. After that Huawei will join with 5G capable Kirin 9905G. Last year the best processor for mobile the Apple A13 bionic. Apple always Leads CPU Game because they have the best hardware and software fusion for the result that why they had the fastest mobile processor last year.
All these Powerful CPUs are Very capable of doing anything but also they have cons also. Before we actually hop to any conclusion, let’s gain a perspective on the specifications for these processors and find out the best processor for mobile.
Specification Comparison for Snapdragon 865 Vs Exynos 990 Vs A13 Bionic Vs Kirin 9905G:
|Name||Snapdragon 865||Exynos 990||A13 Bionic||Kirin 9905G|
|Production Process||7nm EUV||7nm EUV||7nm TSMC N7P||7nm EUV|
|CPU Configuration||1x Kryo 585 (Cortex A77) @ 2.84GHz3x Kryo 585 (Cortex A77) @ 2.4GHz4x Kryo 385 (Cortex A55) @ 1.8GHz||2x Mongoose 5th gen2x Cortex-A764x Cortex-A55||Hexa-core2x 2.65GHz (Lightning /Performance)4x 1.8GHz (Thunder/ Efficiency)||2x Cortex-A76 @ 2.86 GHz2x Cortex-A76 @ 2.36 GHz4x Cortex-A55 @ 1.95 GHz|
|GPU||Adreno 650||Mali-G76 MP16||Apple Custom quad-core||Mali-G76 MP16|
|Supported RAM (up to)||[email protected] 2750MHz||LPDDR5 @ 2750MHz||LPDDR4X||LPDDR4-4266|
|APU / NPU / AI Proc. / Neural IP||Hexagon 69815 TOPS AI||Dual NPU + DSP>10 TOPs||octa-core Neural Engine||2+1 NPU with real-time cloud AI|
|Modem||X55 5G & RF system (external)7500 Mbps down3000 Mbps upSA/NSAmmWaveSub-6GHz||Exynos Modem 5123 (external)7350 Mbps downN/A upSA/NSAmmWaveSub-6GHz||Intel’s XMM 7660 LTE Modem1.6Gbps Peak Download 225Mbps Peak Upload||Balong 50004G / 5G (integrated)2300 Mbps down1250 Mbps upSA/NSASub-6GHz|
|ISP||200MP snapshots / 64MP single / 64MP and 64MP dual||108MP single / 24.8MP and 24.8MP dual||Custom-designed Image Processor; Computational photography||ISP 5.0Block-matching and 3D filtering for noise reduction|
|Video capture||8K @ 30fps4K UHD @ 120fps720p @ 960fps||8K HDR at 30fps4K HDR at 120fps||4K HDR @60fps|
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|Display||Up to 4K, 10-bit color depth144 Hz refresh rate support||WQUXGA (3840×2400), 4K UHD (4096×2160), 10-bit color depth120 Hz refresh rate support||NA||NA|
|AnTuTu benchmark scores||541899||NA||462098||457357|
Single-Core 4303Multi-Core: 13344
|Single-Core: 4160Multi-Core: 12946||Single-Core: 5472Multi-Core: 13764||Single-Core: 3,842Multi-Core: 11,644|
Now that we have seen the specifications for all four of these flagship-grade fastest mobile processor processors, let us try to analyze which one seems the best processor for mobile.
All the latest processors are built on the 7nm architecture. All are very good at power consumption but Apple A13 Bionic just beat that we all were seen in iPhone 11. For GPU Qualcomm have the best snapdragon processor mobile Snapdragon 865. The Snapdragon flagship processors usually deliver fantastic GPU performance, this time in Snapdragon 865, the Adreno 650 looks very good. Apple A13 is Using apple in-house GPU that also leads the market in terms of real-time AR, AR Gaming. They are top Player but for 3rd Position, the battle is between Exynos vs Kirin. Samsung and Huawei both were using Arm’s Mali GPU. The Samsung Exynos 990 uses the latest Mali-G77 MP11 GPU but Huawei kirin is using last year’s Mali-G76 GPU. Samsung Exynos is going to perform better than the Kirin.
2020 is the year of 5G connectivity and all smartphone companies want to cash this. All the latest processor in the mobile going to have 5G Modem inside them. Samsung already launched last year Samsung Galaxy s10 and Note 10 with a separate 5G modem inside. Snapdragon and Kirin both are also 5G capable. But Kirin missing more common 5G deployment mmWave 5G Sub-6GHz so Kirin has less adaption over Samsung and Qualcomm. But Kirin has integrated 5G modem solution into the chipset that provide better battery life in smaller size compared to another one. Apple A13 Bionic is not capable of 5G. This is literally the only major changes we see between these processors.
Best Processor for Mobile?
The fastest mobile processor is very difficult to find in day to day usage as these are truly flagship range processors. But if we look at the chart there are some differences between them. If you look at all the specs. then we have a clear winner that Fastest and latest snapdragon processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 without any doubt. Snapdragon 865 is the one and the only processor that will used by other smartphone manufacturers. or we say the best processor for android phone because of all other processors are a company-specific (some company uses Samsung Exynos ). After that Apple A13 bionic will the fastest mobile processor. A13 has some of the best specs like battery consumption, AR, Long life. Then Samsung Exynos now cathing snapdragon after that Huawei Kirin. There is no battle between kirin vs snapdragon. Snapdragon outperforms in most everything.
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Co – writer: Rutvij Hadap from Dopetech