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Although the Samsung Galaxy S22 is the most powerful Android to date, the results of comparison tests lagged behind Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Max.

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy S22+ outperform all other Android phones, but Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor still doesn’t have the raw processing power of the Apple A15 chip in the new 13 Pro Max iPhone.

Measuring CPU and GPU (CPU and GPU) performance is a small part of the smartphone experience, but still very important. While Qualcomm transfers as many tasks as possible to other parts of its systems on chips, the raw performance of the CPU and GPU affects tasks ranging from video editing to frame rate in games.

It sure was an improvement from last year’s Snapdragon 888 to this year’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. . On the GFXBench graphical scale, an improvement of 20% or more is observed, depending on the circumstances.

Qualcomm’s Geekbench scores beat Google’s Tensor chip in the Pixel 6, but it still can’t keep up with Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Max.

On the Basemark web, over a broad range of performance, the Galaxy S22 series scored about 8% better than the Galaxy S21 Ultra. But iPhone 13 Pro Max gets a double rating for all Samsung models due to the differences between Apple’s Safari browser and Google Chrome browser on Android phones.

Unlike Apple, Samsung has major problems with overheating, as the device is expected to heat up severely during tests and thus limit the processor’s ability to prevent overheating.

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