Mediatek has announced a new chipset on Monday with a Xiaomi Redmi Note, 10 it was certified by TENAA recently, and now the phone has appeared on GeekBench, with a non-SoC from Mediatek, the stars have aligned nicely, we reckon.
About a dozen or so of the items in the benchmark’s database, the Xiaomi M2004J7AC, is the specific model number we saw on the Chinese regulator’s statement, as well as a M2004J7BC. The ‘A’ model goes by the code name ‘atom’, while ‘B’ will be referred to as “the bomb”.
Both devices will be powered by a Mediatek MT6875 chipset, which is an unannounced Maximum most likely the often rumored Dimensity 820, which we expect to be in a couple of days. The octa-core CPU has a base frequency that is specified at 2.0 GHz in the benchmark files, but in the LOCATED entry is specified to be 2.6 GHz, but that number could very well be the ceiling that the chip will be accessible. Both versions will be seen on the GeekBench I have 8 gb of RAM, and Android 10.
The benchmark scores are about 640 units in the single-core test, and the 2,600 units in the multi-core for the a-Bomb, the Atom, the posting is slightly lower for multi-core number in the 2400s. Search our database of new SoC’s results are just below We have a last-gen flagship, the Snapdragon 855 – are not half bad either.
We anticipate that We will have more info on the Mediatek Dimensity 820, and on Monday, when I was a civil servant. As for the Redmi Note, 10, as well, that it must be likely to follow soon after.