The performance difference between the Galaxy S21 with SD888 and the Galaxy A52S with SD778 is surprisingly small-benchmark comparison

Do you know the model “Galaxy 52s 5G”?

It is one of the latest midranges released overseas by Samsung a few weeks ago, and is positioned as an upgraded model of the Galaxy A52 5G, which is also being deployed in Japan.
The biggest difference is Qualcomm’s latest chip,Equipped with Snapdragon 778 5GThat’s the point.
(The unmarked 52A is equipped with Snapdragon 750G 5G)

It’s such a Galaxy 52s 5G, but when I happened to do other research on Geekbench, I found a surprising fact.

Is the benchmark performance difference between Galaxy S21 and A52s surprisingly small?

Below is the Galaxy 52s 5G Geekbench 5.1 Benchmark Score:

And below is the score of the Galaxy S21 with Snapdragon 888, one of Samsung’s 2021 flagships:

The SD888 version of the Galaxy S21 series may give a score of around 3200, but it is basically lower than other SD888-equipped machines.

Perhaps because of that, it seems that there is no big difference in the score (especially multi-core) from the Galaxy A52s with SD788.

In fact, the average of the 25 measurements in the near term is:

alsoThere is only about 10% difference in multi-core..

Of course, I think there is a performance difference between high-end and mid-range in actual use that cannot be measured by benchmark performance alone.

However, although it is the performance on the benchmark,It seems that there was no past that there was only a 10% difference in the benchmark scores of the high-end model and the midrange model of the same generation.Seems to be.

By the way, this SD778 chip is the top of Qualcomm’s midrange chip in terms of model number, and for some reason it is lower than the Snapdragon 780G installed only in Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G, but it is about half a year new, so the performance on the benchmark Then it feels like they are about the same level.

In addition, the chip has already been installed in several other models overseas, such as the Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE, Xiaomi Civi, and Moto Edge 20.

Probably more models will be installed next year, and it will be the main chip in the midrange in the first half of 2022, and I personally get the impression that it is a very well-balanced chip.

Data reference: Geekbench

Source: Android Next

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