It seems like forever since Primate Labs has released a new version of their quick, effortless benchmarking software. Finally the day has come and Geekbench 4 is here.

While previous version, Geekbench 3, based the scores comparatively against Intel Core i5-2520M at a score of 2500, Geekbench 4 will normalize around Intel Core i7-6600U at a score of 4000. Note that there’s a correlation of scores between Geekbench 3 and Geekbench 4, but they can’t be directly compared.

More accurate

While some users aren’t happy with the new results, as some SoC have fallen in score in comparison to their peers, most people are praising Primate Labs for more accurate and realistic scores.

Longer tests

In comparison to Geekbench 3, Geekbench 4 takes much longer to run. According to Primate Labs the tests can run up to 20 minutes depending on the phone. Testing the mobile we have on hand, the Innos D6000 (Snap 615), took about 15 minutes for the CPU test, where it scored 602 on single-CPU and 1429 on multi-CPU.

CPU and GPU tests

Primate Labs has inluded a CPU test and “COMPUTE” GPU test. These tests can be run independently.

The results for some popular phones and chipsets Geekbench 3 vs Geekbench 4

Processor Core Geekbench 3 Single Geekbench 3 Multi Geekbench 4 Single Geekbench 4 Multi
Exynos 5433 A57 1145 4033 948 3053
Exynos 7420 A57 1267 4290 1272 3915
Exynos 8890 M1 2161 6480 1761 5199
Kirin 920 A15 850 3042 740 1730
Kirin 950 A72 1691 6294 1703 5346
Snapdragon 600 Krait 630 2274 704 1671
Snapdragon 801 Krait 920 2599 960 2344
Snapdragon 805 Krait 1021 2881 1004 2508
Snapdragon 810 A57 1013 3451 1155 2450
Snapdragon 820 Kryo 2357 5339 1573 3520
Tegra K1 Denver 1880 3195 1643 2616

Flip flop

In an interesting turn of events, we see that Snapdragon 820 has flip flopped with Kirin 950 in the single-core test; with the Kirin 950 beating out the Snapdragon 820, while in Geekbench 3 it was the other way around.

In the multi-core test, the Kirin 950 beat out Snapdragon 820 in both Geekbench 3 and Geekbench 4, but in Geekbench 4 there’s a much wider gap, showing the Kirin 950 simply smoking the Snapdragon 820.

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It seems like forever since Primate Labs has released a new version of their quick, effortless benchmarking software. Finally the day has come and Geekbench 4 is here. While previous version, Geekbench 3, based the scores comparatively against Intel Core i5-2520M at a score of 2500, Geekbench 4 will normalize around Intel...
It seems like forever since Primate Labs has released a new version of their quick, effortless benchmarking software. Finally the day has come and Geekbench 4 is here.<span id="more-10767"></span> While previous version, Geekbench 3, based the scores comparatively against Intel Core i5-2520M at a score of 2500, Geekbench 4 will normalize around Intel Core i7-6600U at a score of 4000. Note that there's a correlation of scores between Geekbench 3 and Geekbench 4, but they can't be directly compared. <h3>More accurate</h3> While some users aren't happy with the new results, as some SoC have fallen in score in comparison to their peers, most people are praising Primate Labs for more accurate and realistic scores. <h3>Longer tests</h3> In comparison to Geekbench 3, Geekbench 4 takes much longer to run. According to Primate Labs the tests can run up to 20 minutes depending on the phone. Testing the mobile we have on hand, the Innos D6000 (Snap 615), took about 15 minutes for the CPU test, where it scored 602 on single-CPU and 1429 on multi-CPU. <h3>CPU and GPU tests</h3> Primate Labs has inluded a CPU test and "COMPUTE" GPU test. These tests can be run independently. <h3>The results for some popular phones and chipsets Geekbench 3 vs Geekbench 4</h3> <table width="670"> <tbody> <tr> <td width="108">Processor</td> <td width="72">Core</td> <td width="124">Geekbench 3 Single</td> <td width="121">Geekbench 3 Multi</td> <td width="124">Geekbench 4 Single</td> <td width="121">Geekbench 4 Multi</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Exynos 5433</td> <td>A57</td> <td>1145</td> <td>4033</td> <td>948</td> <td>3053</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Exynos 7420</td> <td>A57</td> <td>1267</td> <td>4290</td> <td>1272</td> <td>3915</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Exynos 8890</td> <td>M1</td> <td>2161</td> <td>6480</td> <td>1761</td> <td>5199</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Kirin 920</td> <td>A15</td> <td>850</td> <td>3042</td> <td>740</td> <td>1730</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Kirin 950</td> <td>A72</td> <td>1691</td> <td>6294</td> <td>1703</td> <td>5346</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Snapdragon 600</td> <td>Krait</td> <td>630</td> <td>2274</td> <td>704</td> <td>1671</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Snapdragon 801</td> <td>Krait</td> <td>920</td> <td>2599</td> <td>960</td> <td>2344</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Snapdragon 805</td> <td>Krait</td> <td>1021</td> <td>2881</td> <td>1004</td> <td>2508</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Snapdragon 810</td> <td>A57</td> <td>1013</td> <td>3451</td> <td>1155</td> <td>2450</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Snapdragon 820</td> <td>Kryo</td> <td>2357</td> <td>5339</td> <td>1573</td> <td>3520</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Tegra K1</td> <td>Denver</td> <td>1880</td> <td>3195</td> <td>1643</td> <td>2616</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <h3>Flip flop</h3> In an interesting turn of events, we see that Snapdragon 820 has flip flopped with Kirin 950 in the single-core test; with the Kirin 950 beating out the Snapdragon 820, while in Geekbench 3 it was the other way around. In the multi-core test, the Kirin 950 beat out Snapdragon 820 in both Geekbench 3 and Geekbench 4, but in Geekbench 4 there's a much wider gap, showing the Kirin 950 simply smoking the Snapdragon 820.