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There is a new compelling reason to skip the iPhone 14

It’s no secret now that Apple has poured most of its love and attention into it iPhone 14 Pro Models with this year’s iPhone updates. But if you are still hurting because of iPhone 14 vs. iPhone 14 Pro Resolution, you’ve just gotten another push towards a Pro phone from a very unlikely source — Qualcomm and its latest system-on-a-chip.

Qualcomm doesn’t make chips for the iPhone, of course, but Snapdragon silicon powers many of the iPhone’s major competitors, including Samsung’s Galaxy S series. Now that we’ve seen the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2We’ve got a better idea of ​​what kind of chipset will power next year’s Galaxy S23 phones, assuming Samsung uses Qualcomm’s new offering as widely expected.

Snapdragon 8 Gen 2

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Specifically, we have the initial Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 standards It suggests that Qualcomm’s new silicon could outperform the A15 Bionic chipset that powers the A15 Bionic chipset iPhone 14 And the iPhone 14 Plus. A test device running on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 posted better numbers than the iPhone 14 in every test we ran, except for our timed video editing test with Adobe Premiere Rush. And even there, the iPhone 14 finished just 9 seconds ahead of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, unlike the 19-second gap between an Apple phone and the first-gen Snapdragon 8-powered Galaxy S22.

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Row 0 – cell 0 Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 test device iPhone 14 (A15 Bionic) iPhone 14 Pro Max (A16 Bionic)
Single-core Geekbench test score 1500 1,727 1,882
Geekbench multicore test score 5249 4533 5,333
Wild Life Unlimited Test Score (FPS) 84 69.1 74
Video conversion time (in minutes: seconds) 0:37 0:28 0:30

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