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Unannounced Snapdragon 888 equipped vivo phone Geekbench scores surfaces online

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Less than a day after the Snapdragon 888 was released, a vivo device powered by this chipset appeared with a Geekbench score.
Unannounced Snapdragon 888 equipped vivo phone Geekbench scores surfaces online
File photo of vivo (vivo V20 Pro 5G)

One of the first with Snapdragon 888?

At the 2020 Qualcomm Snapdragon Technology Summit, the chip manufacturer officially introduced the Snapdragon 888 as the new generation of mobile flagship processor. Unlike the previous generation Snapdragon 865 that required a separate 5G modem. 

The Snapdragon 888 features a fully integrated 5nm Qualcomm X60 modem. Qualcomm claims that this jump to 5nm allows for better power efficiency and improved 5G carrier aggregation across the mmWave and sub-6GHz bands of the spectrum.

By next year, more than fifteen smartphone brands are going to reveal their products equipped with the said chipset. The first batch consists of the following: Xiaomi, OnePlus, Sony, vivo, OPPO, realme, Meizu, ZTE, BlackShark, Lenovo, Nubia, ASUS, Motorola, Sharp, and LG.
Geekbench scores of the unannounced vivo device
Geekbench scores of the unannounced vivo device

But, there was a leak on the internet showing the Geekbench score of an unknown vivo phone sporting the latest Snapdragon processor. Based on the screenshot, the model name is vivo V2056A and it got a score of 1135 points in the Single-Core and 3681 for the Multi-Core tests.

A report from a Weibo blogger states that this new vivo device posted the highest score among the currently exposed engineering machines. It is also equipped with OriginOS out of the box. 

During the Qualcomm 2020 Snapdragon Technology Summit, vivo's Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Hu Baishan announced that vivo and iQOO smartphone will be the first to use the new Snapdragon 888 5G mobile platform. As expected, it will result in a more capable performance and richer user experience.

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Source: GizChina
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