At the beginning of January came a rumor that claimed that Xiaomi would launch the Redmi Note 5 with a supposed Snapdragon 632, processor that has not been announced yet. However, Note 5 is known to hit the market with a 2.0GHz Snapdragon 625 processor.
However, Qualcomm’s 632 medal appeared again, and this time it was a test in the ” Geekbench ” of a mysterious smartphone titled Xiaomi Berlin that was discovered by Twitter user Roland Quandt, famous for hitting some rumors and posting leaks. Follow tweet.
New Xiaomi "Berlin" showed up on Geekbench the other day… runs Android 7.1.2 on the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 (SDM632). The CPU core count seems to be reported wrong though, bc other evidence shows it'll have 8 not just 6 cores. https://t.co/u3BYGDD9bM pic.twitter.com/QIccttgObr
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) March 8, 2018
As we can see, the registration happened on February 14 and brought some rather unusual information, since it achieved a score considered high in the Single-Core test (1155) and left something to be desired in the Multi-Core result (2738) . In addition to this, another piece of information that draws a lot of attention is that it is listed with a Hexa-Core, or six-core processor.
However, according to what Quandt says, apparently this information is wrong, since it certainly has an Octa-Core, or eight cores. Other than that, you can also see that Berlin has been tested with Android 7.1.2 Nougat system with 3 GB of RAM, which makes it a smartphone intermediary.
However, according to some information, this new smartphone may be a device that is still undergoing adjustments and may not see the light of day. However, it’s interesting to think that Qualcomm is working on a Snapdragon 632.
What did you think of the test? Even though Snapdragon 625, 630 and 636 already exist, do you think Qualcomm might be working on a 632 variant? Be sure to comment.
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