Windows Subsystem for Android benchmark result
When they learned that Microsoft’s upcoming official version of Windows 11 does not contain the Windows Subsystem for Android, many users are disappointed because this is the most anticipated new feature. The Windows Subsystem for Android is a project of Microsoft and Intel to run Android applications on the PC.
If you can run Android applications directly on the computer, it will not only greatly enrich the entertainment experience for users, but may also help improve work efficiency.
The good news is that although the Windows Subsystem for Android cannot be included in the first official version of Windows 11, the benchmark test shows that the subsystem performs well.
The benchmark test website Geekbench has already appeared Windows Subsystem for Android’s running score data. Obviously, this may be the data tested by Microsoft engineers during development.
The data shows that Microsoft engineers have been testing continuously since September 2nd. The test platform used is a Qualcomm ARMv8 series processor with 8 cores.
There is an unknown processor that uses 8-12 cores but is not as good as Qualcomm in terms of performance. This also shows that Microsoft is actively conducting various tests.
For example, a single-core processor with a Qualcomm processor has the highest score of 828 points and a multi-core score of 3102 points, which is similar to the performance of the Samsung Galaxy S20.
After all, we mainly use it on the PC, so although this performance is not as good as the latest flagship machine, it should fully meet the needs of users on the PC.
The running score of this unknown processor is more ugly. The average single-core score is around 430 points and the multi-core is around 1330, which is indeed a big gap compared to the Qualcomm platform.
Perhaps we can think that the compatibility on the ARM platform is better, so the running score is higher, while the poor performance of other non-ARM platforms requires Microsoft to continue to optimize.