It is clear that the score is inferior to the iPhone 13 Pro Max even in the Galaxy S22 series, which hits the highest benchmark score on Android smartphones

Samsung's flagship smartphone, the

Galaxy S22 , just announced in February 2022, has been shown to be inferior to Apple's iPhone 13 Pro Max in benchmark test scores.

Galaxy S22 Benchmarked: Apple Still Beats Samsung | PCMag

According to technology media PCMag, Samsung's Galaxy S22 series, the top model Galaxy S22 Ultra and the middle range model Galaxy S22 +, both scored better than any Android smartphone that PCMag has benchmark tested. .. However, the Galaxy S22 series seems to be inferior to the iPhone 13 Pro Max, which is the top model of the iPhone 13 series, in the benchmark test score. The chipset installed in the Galaxy S2 2 series is Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 , and the chipset installed in the iPhone 13 series is A15 Bionic .

Qualcomm announces next-generation flagship SoC 'Snapdragon 8 Gen 1' for smartphones --GIGAZINE

PCMag said of the Galaxy S22 series CPU and GPU benchmark test scores: 'Benchmark tests that measure CPU and GPU performance quantify a small part of the smartphone experience, but it's still a meaningful data point. Qualcomm Etc. offload as many tasks as possible to the rest of the SoC , but CPU and GPU standalone performance affects a variety of tasks, from movie editing to game frame rates. ' When the actual smartphone operates, the CPU and GPU operate while allocating tasks to other components, but it is also meaningful to measure the performance of each individually.

The four benchmark software used by PCMag are ' Geekbench 5 ', ' PCMark for Android Work 3.0 ', ' GFXBench 5.0 ', and ' Basemark Web ', and the benchmark tests were conducted on the Galaxy S22 + / Galaxy S22 Ultra / Galaxy S21 Ultra / Galaxy. Only 7 of S21 FE / OnePlus 9 Pro / Pixel 6 / iPhone 13 Pro Max. Since PCMark for Android Work 3.0 is a benchmark software for Android, there is no score for iPhone 13 Pro Max.

In Geekbench 5, which is a benchmark software for CPU and machine learning, iPhone 13 Pro Max reigns at the top with an overwhelming score difference, and Galaxy S22 + / Galaxy S22 Ultra outperforms others, although the runner-up is narrow. .. Comparing the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 with the previous generation chipset, the Snapdragon 888, the Geekbench 5 has a 13% higher single-core score and a 9% higher multi-core score. Compared to the graphics benchmark GFX Bench 5, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 has a score improvement of up to 20% or more over the Snapdragon 888.

The Geekbench 5 score for the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is higher than the Tensor chip for the Pixel 6.

Google's original 8-core CPU & 20-core GPU SoC 'Tensor' to be installed in Pixel 6/6 Pro announced-GIGAZINE

In PCMark for Android Work 3.0, which is an Android-only benchmark, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which is a model one generation ago, has the highest score for some reason, and the Galaxy S22 + / Galaxy S22 Ultra is ranked in second place.

On Basemark Web, a comprehensive web benchmarking tool, the Galaxy S22 series scores about 8% higher than the Galaxy S21 Ultra, but the score difference with the iPhone 13 Pro Max is about twice as high. 'The difference between Safari on the iPhone and Chrome on the Android is a big part of this,' PC Mag points out.

In addition, PCMag has discovered that the Galaxy S22 Ultra retains heat during the bench-mark test, which may reduce the frame rate during game play etc. When using an app called CPU Throttling Test , the performance of Galaxy S22 Ultra is suppressed to 75% (248kGips) by thermal throttling in 15 minutes from the start of the benchmark. The photo below shows the results of running the CPU Throttling Test on the Galaxy S22 Ultra / Galaxy S22 + (left) and Galaxy S21 Ultra / Galaxy S21 (right), and the effect of thermal throttling is clearly noticeable on the Galaxy S22 series. You can see that it is out.

PCMag says, 'I don't know if this is a hardware issue or a software issue. For example, the Galaxy S21 FE uses the same chipset as the Galaxy S21, but is more affected by thermal throttling. Therefore, we need to see if a hardware update will fix this issue. '

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