The Snapdragon 6150 is revealed on Geekbench, MediaTek shows of the M70 5G modem

A Snapdragon SM6150 chipset has posted its score to the GeekBench Database and according to that it features a Octa-core processor and will also likely launch as a 600 series chip. Moreover the Geekbench did not reveal much about the the CPU cores other than its clock speed which is reported to be at 1.8Ghz which is likely to be the feature for the little cores and does not take the boost in to consideration. Well here is how it was scored.

The Qualcomm sm6150 for the ARM64

Result

Upload date: December 05 2018 at 02:35 PM

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System Information:

Operating System: Android 9 Pie

Model: Qualcomm sm6150 for ARM 64

Motherboard: sm6150

Memory: 5643 MB

Processor Information: Qualcomm Qualcomm

Topology:1 Processor, 8Cores

Identifier: ARM implementer 81 architecture 8 variant 13 part 2052 revision 14

Base frequency: 1.80 Ghz

The Single core performance is what you may call the big cores in the phone’s hardware and it is seemingly a match for the Snapdragon 845’s Kyro385 Gold cores clocked at 2.8Ghz efficiency. Moreover the multi-core performance is much more closer to that of the Snapdragon 710 which shows that the processor is likeky to have a 2+6 split between the big and the little cores.

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Furthermore the MediaTek showed off its Hello M70 5G modem at the Global Partner Conference held by China Mobile in Guangzhou. The modem also has a capability for the 5G networks and has promised users speeds of up to 5Gbps bandwith. The key feature of the chipset however is the backward compatibility feature which covers 4G, 3G and even 2G which means that that the M70 may need only be the only modem in the device at one time, moreover simplifying the design significantly.

Finally MediaTek has also been teasing users with the upcoming Helio P90 chipset which will supposedly bring ground breaking Artificial Intelligence to the hands of the people all thanks to its second generation APU and the revised Neuro Pilot A I 2.0 platform.

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