Samsung has been pampering gamers with Snapdragon chipsets for years. It turns out that now this brand has a tough competitor in the face of MediaTek.
Samsung is slowly leaving the Russian market, leaving free space for Chinese competitors. If you are upset that you can’t buy yourself or your significant other a Samsung Galaxy S22, don’t – it contains software that slows down applications so that the smartphone does not overheat. But that still doesn’t protect him from throttling on projects like Genshin Impact. Now, the industry has learned that, at least in synthetic tests, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 was not the most powerful processor.
It turns out that not only Dimensity 9000, but also Dimensity 8100 will compete with Qualcomm. Insider Digital Chat Station shared the results of Geekbench, where this chipset comfortably beat the Snapdragon 888 and 8 Gen 1 in the “multi-core” test. At the same time, the D8100 is not designed for flagship smartphones. Looks like a real “Clash of the Titans” is underway this year.