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MediaTek Helio X20 Gives Record Making Scores in GeekBench

Benchmark results are considered as one among the quality scores to describe a mobile. Most of the users in these days are, highly trust the Benchmark scores before they buy a newbie mobile, technically. Higher the quality benchmark scores, higher the confidence among the users to buy it. Hence, most of the mobile makers releasing their Smartphones benchmark scores to announce their quality product. Today, we are going to discuss about the upcoming flagship processor from the MediaTek Inc, none other than MediaTek Helix X20 CPU. The occasional leaks over these kind of processor make sure that, the processor makers are into the process of developing their flagship chipsets for the next generation at its best.
MediaTek Helio X20 Gives Record Making Scores in GeekBench
MediaTek Helio X20 Gives Record Making Scores in GeekBench
Helix X20 Results Seriously Good Numbers in GeekBench:

As of now, Helix 10 is the fastest processor from the MediaTek family, however, there isn’t any major talks over this processor for sure. Most of the flagship devices are featured by the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 CPU. The multi score result of north 7000 is the highest score from the mobile chipset in the history in the benchmark website. We also seen the recording making scores from the MediaTek Helix 10 CPU, which is the world’s first CPU to manufacture with the Tri-Cluster architecture along with the 10 Core SoC indeed.

Apple Competes with Cortex A72:

The record making score from the MediaTek Helix 10 is due to the combination of dual Cortex A72 cores followed by dual Quad Core Cortex A53 chipset. However, the single Cortex A72 chipset isn’t making better standard when compared to the latest Apple’s Twister cores made A9 chipset or even the Qualcomm Kyro CPU indeed.

Interestingly, the single core from the Helio X20 performance is offering something above 2000 points, whilst the Qualcomm Kyro and Apple’s A9 CPU offers around 2300-2400 scores at its best.

Exynos 8890 Making Huge Difference in GeekBench:


As the comparison with the existing scores seems very competitive, the next generation CPU is really making huge difference in the score. The Samsung’s indigenous made Exynos 8890 CPU read mind-blowing 7400 score, whilst the upcoming Helio X20 CPU just trails over 6500. Though the number are indicating some major distinctions between the performances of these devices, nothing has been officially declared yet. Both these processors are under production and some of these scores may be released during the testing conditions. Until making the scores officially, let us take it with a pinch of salt indeed. 

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