Update: Today on Weibo there was a video posted by several popular bloggers. The phone on that video is said to be the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10. The video shows a person showing the device in a shop. We are not sure if it is a legit Xiaomi Mi 10 or not but it looks very similar to Xiaomi Mi 10 leaks.
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Xiaomi Mi 10 with SD865 scored highest on Geekbench
As we already know that the Xiaomi Mi 10 series flagship devices will launch on February 23, 2020, in China. The handset will be equipped with the latest flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC with the best in class GPU. On the other side, the Mi 10 may come with the LPDDR5 RAM chip and UFS 3.0 storage option, and more. Xiaomi will gonna launch a 5G variant as well named Xiaomi Mi 10 5G. Now, @AndroidSaint has recently shared an image on Twitter handle that includes a Geekbench benchmarking result of the Mi 10 (SD865) model. The best thing is that Xiaomi Mi 10 with SD865 scored highest on Geekbench.
The Geekbench benchmarking result is quite impressive than its SD855+ performance. We can see that the Mi 10 with the SD865 processor gets 934 points on a single-core and 3464 points on a multi-core testing. While the previous generation SD855+ flagship devices have scored only 763 points on a single-core and 2705 points on a multi-core testing.
Whereas the SD855-powered devices have scored 746 on single and 2678 on multi-core, Huawei HiSilicon Kirin 990 5G has scored 768 on single and 3075 on multi-core. Lastly, the Samsung Exynos 9825 chip-enabled flagship devices have scored 751 on single and 2135 on multi-core performance.
It will be interesting to see how the device will perform with other SD865-powered flagship devices and what will be the day-to-day real-life usage performance.
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