News of the Snapdragon 865 Plus first surfaced back in mid-February. Then in April, Meizu’s CMO said there will be no such chipset this year. However, things seem to have changed as the upcoming Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 865 Plus. Today, an AntuTu benchmark result of the chipset has been posted on the web.
The benchmark result was posted on Weibo by Really Assen, the same source that revealed yesterday that OPPO’s SuperVOOC 3.0 will support 80W fast charging.
Qualcomm’s upcoming processor scored a total of 667,253 points. This is way higher than the score of the Snapdragon 865-powered OPPO Find X2 Pro which has a score of 604,123 according to AnTuTu’s May 2020 Best Performing Android devices.
A breakdown of the score shows the CPU score is 184,973 points while the GPU score is 283,302 points. The memory and UX scores are 112,050 and 86,928 points respectively…
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