The Spring Festival has passed, and a large number of new phones are about to follow, led by high-end flagships, respectively equipped with processors such as Snapdragon 8 Gen1 and Dimensity 9000, thus entering this year’s performance upgrade.
Whenever the performance is iterated, most users have a common question. The parameters seem to have been upgraded so much, for example, the performance has been improved a lot, and the power consumption has been reduced by how much, so what is it? Is it necessary to upgrade? Do you have a fever?
With this question in mind, let’s take a look at Mobile Update’s first Android phone performance list in 2022. In just one month, a number of new phones equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen1 have been released, which happen to be in line with the Snapdragon on the list. A simple comparison of Dragon 888 Plus models.
The list shows that the first-ranked model is iQOO 9 Pro, equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor, with an average score of 1,020,974. Note that this is an average score, and it is not easy to break through one million, which is also expected. Last year Among many Snapdragon 888 models, iQOO 8 Pro has a good performance and is the conventional model with the highest average score.
The strategy of each generation of iQOO flagship is very simple and straightforward. The slogan is born to be strong, and it focuses on performance. It is true. It is very unrestrained in chip adjustment, and the heat dissipation stacking is also quite good. The iQOO 9 Pro is an example. The rear lens layout is not simple It is an integrated aluminum alloy frame, covering the main heat source, and the heat conduction speed is significantly improved.
In addition, the independent display chip Pro carries part of the GPU pressure, so that the GPU can maintain high frequency for a long time.
The second model is the iQOO 9 standard version. The core of the two models is not much different, and there are not many Snapdragon 8 Gen1 models that have been released. The scores are similar, it can only be said that the current adjustment is basically the same.
However, it should be noted that the two heat dissipation materials are not the same. There should be two reasons for this. One is cost constraints, and the other is to go further. According to the practice of previous years, the current processor scores are not the best. , After a period of polishing and updating, there will be better performance. If it is converted into running points, there will be an improvement of tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of points. Therefore, it cannot be seen that the iQOO 9 Standard Edition and iQOO 9 Pro will widen the gap in the future.
The third model is the realme GT2 Pro, which is also powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor. It has diamond heat dissipation inside and a large area of tempered VC. It can also maintain high frequency for a long time. The average running score is 1000641, which is far behind iQOO 9. Not big, the latter has better MEM performance thanks to 512GB of large storage.
In addition, there are OnePlus 10 Pro, Mi 12 Pro, Motorola Edge X30, Mi 12 and other models equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen1, with an average running score of more than 900,000. Among them, OnePlus and Xiaomi should have higher scores, which can be manually turned on. The performance mode is implemented, of course, the power consumption will also increase.
According to the current running points, except for the higher frequency of the iQOO 9 series, the performance of other models equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen1 is not much different. After all, it is a new processor installed, and most manufacturers choose conservative solutions.
The last one is the gaming phone equipped with the Snapdragon 888 Plus, such as the Black Shark 4S Pro and the Red Magic 6S Pro. The two have taken a different approach and cannot be compared with conventional flagships. Taking iQOO 8 Pro as an example, the average running score is about 850,000. , Compared with the iQOO 9 Pro, which ranks first, it can be concluded that the performance of the current Snapdragon 8 Gen1 is about 20% higher than that of the previous generation.
Then there are mid-range mobile phones. Although the mobile phone brands are different, they are basically equipped with Snapdragon processors.
Last year, due to the lack of cores, the update speed of mid-range processors slowed down. Qualcomm only has the Snapdragon 778G to choose from. This can be seen from the models displayed on the list. Most of the models are equipped with the Snapdragon 778G. In terms of MediaTek, Dimensity 1200 and Dimensity 1100 belong to high-end processors, and they do not belong to the mid-range for the time being. Only MediaTek Dimensity 900 models are on the list.
Ranking first is the iQOO Z5 equipped with Snapdragon 778G, with an average score of 570948. By comparing the sub-scores, it is found that the main advantage of the iQOO Z5 lies in the MEM score. 6400Mbps) + full blood version of UFS3.1 (new V6 process), which is the only one among the current mid-range models.
The second place Honor 60 Pro, with an average score of 544893, is equipped with Snapdragon 778G Plus, still uses TSMC 6nm process technology, 4 A78 architecture large cores, the highest frequency can reach 2.5GHz, CPU single-core performance increased by 4%, GPU performance improved 7%, which should be the high-frequency version of the Snapdragon 778G as a whole.
Comparing the sub-scores, it is found that the CPU and GPU scores of the Honor 60 Pro and iQOO Z5 are not much different, but the MEM scores are quite different, and the iQOO Z5 is obviously more advantageous.
The third-place model is OPPO Reno7 5G, equipped with Snapdragon 778G, with an average score of 541200. In fact, there is not much difference between CPU and GPU performance of mid-range mobile phones, mainly due to whether other configurations are willing to use materials.
Others are basically equipped with Snapdragon 778G models. There is nothing to say. At present, there are Snapdragon 870 and Dimensity 1200 processors in the mid-to-high end. It is expected that a new mid-range processor will appear in the second half of this year.
The above is all the content of Mobile Update’s Android mobile phone performance list in January. Overall, the flagship mobile phone ranking has changed a lot. The Snapdragon 8 Gen1 model is on sale, replacing the Snapdragon 888/Plus model, and the performance is also completed. One iterative upgrade.
In terms of heat generation, according to the current user feedback, the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 model still seems to be less than ideal, but it is still in the early stage of polishing, and after subsequent updates, I hope it can be improved.
Although there are new machines in the mid-range, they suffer from a lack of cores. There are not many optional processors, and the performance gap is not large. There is even a situation where the same processor dominates the list.
As for MediaTek, the Dimensity 9000 processor released last year is said to have a corresponding terminal soon, and many users are also looking forward to it, which is expected to change the status quo of Qualcomm’s dominance in the performance list.