AnTuTu published a new page on its site that offers a great visual representation of the performance of various chipsets used in Android phones. The page shows a rocket blasting off, the closer a chip is to the rocket, the faster it is – currently, the top position is held by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865.
The distance between chipsets represents a relative difference in performance, which makes the gap between the 865 and Samsung’s Exynos 990 embarrassing. Meanwhile, MediaTek’s Dimensity 1000+ gets quite close to its pricier competitors.
Note that the results on this page are not calculated based on the full AnTuTu score, which includes screen refresh rate and storage speed (things that can vary wildly between phones using the same chipset).
Instead only the CPU and GPU performance is considered to get a true reading of a chipset’s true power. To get the most accurate results, the scores from all phones using a given chipset are taken into account. Also, Apple’s chipsets are not included in this list, they would have claimed the top spot (especially the tablet versions).