AndroidTechNews.Com – Earlier this year, Qualcomm announced Snapdragon 850 processor
for Windows 10 on ARM devices and this new chip is apparently
more powerful than the predecessor Snapdragon 835. The
Geekbench listing has revealed even more information about the
“Building on the portfolio of Always On, Always Connected PCs
established over the past year, we are thrilled to work with
Samsung to help offer consumers true mobility combined with the
productivity and entertainment features of Windows 10,”
Qualcomm said in a statement published earlier this year.
The report claims that Snapdragon 850 would offer a 30%
improvement over the Snapdragon 835 in terms of CPU performance
when it’s running Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803).
While it may sound like a moderate improvement over the current
generation Always Connected PCs, the reality might actually be
Technically, Geekbench is not native Windows ARM software,
so it is a benchmark running in emulation. That means we
require native benchmarks to estimate Qualcomm Snapdragon 850
performance. Given that Geekbench is not a native ARM
software, the actual performance of SD850 would be far
better than SD835.