Snapdragon 675 vs Snapdragon 660 vs Snapdragon 710
According to Ann Bunny official news, Hisense that the Snapdragon 675 punch screen new machine appeared in the An Bunny back-end database, its total score of 174402 points.
By comparing with the running points of Snapdragon 660, Snapdragon 670 and Snapdragon 710, it can be seen that Snapdragon 675 has advantages in total score, MEM (memory + storage) performance, UX and CPU parts compared with the other three. The CPU part has the greatest advantage. But on the GPU side, the Snapdragon 675 is only slightly ahead of the Snapdragon 660, behind the Xiaolong 670 and the Snapdragon 710.
However, considering that the Snapdragon 675’s built-in GPU model is Adreno 612, and the Snapdragon 670 is Adreno 615, the GPU is not as good as the Snapdragon 670/710.
The Snapdragon 675 is a new mid-range processor officially released by Qualcomm in October last year. Its biggest feature is that the CPU part adopts the Kryo 460 architecture, and its performance is full of points.
In terms of specifications, the Snapdragon 675 is based on Samsung’s 11nm LPP process. It uses two large cores and six small cores of Kryo 460 eight-core architecture. The core frequency is 2GHz and the small core frequency is 1.7GHz. It supports LPDDR4X memory and GPU. For Adreno 612 (supports FHD+ resolution), the ISP model is Spectra 250L and the DSP model is Hexagon 685.
Ann Bunny said that Hisense’s new machine currently has only one result in the background, so it is not yet certain whether this is the final performance of the Snapdragon 675. There may be a lack of optimization or a hardware and software adaptation problem.