After announcing that Snapdragon 710 will be available in South East Asia this November, Spyer Tech has the opportunity to test out the SoC’s performance on a real smartphone.
The first impression with Snapdragon 710 is the overall performance of the chipset is quite good, 30% higher than Snapdragon 660 and only trailed 15-20% by Snapdragon 835. The CPU score is almost catching up with Snapdragon 835. You can check out the Antutu score below for more details.Because of the privacy of the device, we can say which smartphone is used for the test.
In order not to surpass their own high-end chips, Qualcomm has chosen the mid-range GPU to scale down Snapdragon 710’s performance.
Surprisingly, CPU-Z app appeals to recognize Snapdragon 710 as a member of the Snapdragon 845 family, showing that this is a chopped off version from the Qualcomm’s flagship chipset, rather than an improved one from the mid-range.
Below are some benchmark score using 3DMark and Geekbench 4, so you can have some ideas how strong Snapdragon 710 is.
What’s more? SoC 700 series from Qualcomm with the 10nm process is working under low temperature even in stressing and charging modes. Besides, the chipset also proves to conserve the energy very well.