Xiaomi’s next flagship phone appears in performance tests with Snapdragon 875 processor – electronic


11/07 18:22

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An unknown Xiaomi device with the codename M2012K11C appeared on the Geekbench benchmark. This phone runs the latest Android 11 from Google, includes 6GB of RAM, and works with the Snapdragon 875 processor, which has not been announced yet by Qualcomm. What’s more, the source code mentioned that this phone includes the all-new Adreno 660 graphics processor, which is said to be part of the Snapdragon 875 processor.

This phone, which is now rumored to be the Xiaomi Mi 11 phone, scored 1105 points in the single-core test, while it scored 3512 points in the multi-core test on the Geekbench 5. Since it is likely that this device is a prototype, we will likely see improved processor performance. Snapdragon 875 during launch.

Qualcomm will announce the Snapdragon 875 processor on the first day of December. No official details have been revealed about this processor yet, but thanks to the leaks we have obtained in the last period, it seems that the new flagship processor from Qualcomm will be manufactured using 5 nm technology and will include one super-powerful Cortex-X1 core running at a speed of 2.84. GHz, and three Cortex-A78 cores operating at 2.42GHz, as well as four other Cortex-A55 cores operating at 1.8GHz.

According to ARM calculations, the Cortex-X1 core will provide 20 percent higher performance compared to the Cortex-A78 core in the normal case and 30 percent higher performance at its peak, which is well in line with the initial tests.

Previous leaks also indicated that the Snapdragon 875 processor will also come with the new Adreno 660 graphics processor. The cache and data transfer rate of the memory will also be improved, and the Qualcomm processor will also be more energy efficient, making the battery life longer.

Three weeks separate us from the date of the official announcement of the Snapdragon 875 processor in Hawaii, USA, so there is plenty of time to get more rumors, leaks and even some teasers to paint a clearer picture.


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