The next Qualcomm pilot chipset, Snapdragon 8150, is designed for record-breaking performance. In fact, it started recording two days ago when it passed from AnTuTu. He noted over 360,000 points, 60,000 more than SD845, 45,000 more than the new Kirin 980 from Huawei and nearly 10,000 more than the current Apple A12 Bionic.
The processor has appeared on a new reference site that does not measure the computing power or graphics card capabilities but the AI option. In the above image, we see Snapdragon 8150 he scored 22082 points on a virtual platform (there is no real phone here). Together with the top processor, we see the future of the MediaTek Helio P80 (again on a virtual platform) with scores 19 453! The two prototypes are followed by several real-world models such as OnePlus 6, Huawei Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro, Google Pixel 3 XL and the MTK Helio P60 dev virtual model.
What goes out on the dashboard in addition to the remarkable performance of the future Helio P80, is the OnePlus 6 score that is nearly twice as high as Pixel 3 XL, something very strange because both phones run with the same Snapdragon 845. Probably the low result of Pixel 3 XL is due to software that uses only a kernel for photo and video editing.