The official premiere of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 flagship single-chip system will take place in a month, but the first phone based on it has already been tested on Geekbench. This test was also the first for the Samsung Galaxy S23.
In the benchmark, we tested a Samsung device with the catalog number SM-S911U, under this designation one of the variants of the Galaxy S23 is hidden. There is no SoC designation, which is understandable, but there is its code name – kalama. The platform parameters revealed by the benchmark leave no doubt that kalama is exactly the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
So, the graphics processor of the system is unmistakably identified – this is Adreno 740. As for the central processor, it is represented by a three-cluster layout: one large core operates at a frequency of 3.36 GHz, four medium ones at a frequency of 2.8 GHz, three small ones at a frequency of 2 .02 GHz. For comparison, the frequencies of similar Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 clusters are 3.2, 2.75 and 2.0 GHz.
As for the performance gain, it is there, although it cannot be called big: 1524 points in a single-threaded test and almost 4600 points in a multi-threaded one – this is 14 and 9 percent more than the result of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Perhaps, as the platform and drivers are brought up to the results will get better, but certainly not drastically.
As for the Galaxy S23 itself, it received 8 GB of RAM and Android 13 preinstalled. Both are expected.
The flagship tablet Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2 appeared on Geekbench. Hardware platform – same as Mate 60 Pro
The Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2 tablet computer appeared in the Geekbench benchmark database ahead of its official premiere tomorrow. The device runs AOSP 12, which is how HarmonyOS 4.0 is defined.
The RAM capacity is 12 GB; the hardware platform is Kirin 9000s. That is, in terms of hardware platform components, the tablet is unified with Huawei Mate 60 Pro.
According to preliminary data, Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2 will receive five versions, and the version with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of flash memory is the basic one. At the top of the range will be the 16 GB/1 TB version with a built-in LTE modem, as well as a stylus and keyboard included.
Hyundai Tucson 2024 appeared on the road for the first time
Hyundai cannot be stopped: the company releases new products one after another. The next one should be the updated Tucson crossover. The car is already being tested on public roads in Europe.
The car is tightly wrapped in camouflage – the company does not want to “shine” innovations in the exterior ahead of time. However, we can say that both the front and rear parts will change. At the front, there will likely be new headlights and a new grille design. There may also be some innovations in the design of the front panel. Interestingly, they are testing the Tucson with a trailer, and quite a heavy one, judging by the number of axles.
It is difficult to say whether there will be any innovations in terms of units. Most likely, if any changes occur, they will be minor ones – like new engine control firmware. The current Tuscon is offered with both internal combustion engines and hybrid versions – conventional and plug-in hybrid. All these options will remain in the updated car.
The most autonomous of the iPhone 15 line was not the 15 Pro Max. The test showed that the new models are very good
Popular blogger Mrwhosetheboss with 16.4 million subscribers on YouTube decided to compare the autonomy of the new iPhones with previous generations.
The new line was presented in its entirety in the test, and from the old ones the iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 Pro Max were taken.
At the initial stage, the iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro Max took the lead, while the iPhone 15 Pro immediately became an outsider. The iPhone 15 Plus also performed well, lagging behind the leaders quite a bit.
Further, during the testing process, the worst model did not change, but the iPhone 15 Pro Max began to overtake its “grandfather”. At the same time, at what point did the leader change altogether – it unexpectedly became the iPhone 15 Plus.
When the iPhone 15 Plus reached the 50% charge mark, the iPhone 15 Pro Max had 44%, the iPhone 13 Pro Max remained at 41%, and the iPhone 15 Pro only retained 24%, that is, half the leader. At the same time, the outsider also changed – it became the iPhone 14 with 22%.
As a result, it was the iPhone 14 that was eliminated first with a result of 9 hours of screen operation. The iPhone 15 Pro was marginally better: 9 hours and 20 minutes. The iPhone 15 was the third to drop out, but it lasted almost 10 hours. The iPhone 14 Pro Max lasted another hour longer.
iPhone 13 Pro Max closed the top three with a result of 11 hours and 19 minutes, in second place was the iPhone 15 Pro Max with a result of 11 hours and 41 minutes, but the leader in the end was still the iPhone 15 Plus, which worked for an incredible 13 hours and 19 minutes.
Thus, the new generation as a whole has shown itself to be better in terms of autonomy than the previous one, and the result of the iPhone 15 Plus is absolutely amazing.
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