Qualcomm unveiled its second generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform on November 16 at the Snapdragon 2022 Tech Summit, and now a new vivo machine running on the platform has been shown on Geekbench.
The model of this vivo phone is V2227A. According to previous news, this should be vivo X90 Pro+. According to the running score, the machine has 12GB of memory, and the single-core score is 1,480 points and the multi-core score is 5,106 points.
In terms of architecture, the Snapdragon 8 mobile platform of the second generation has changed from the original “1+3+4” to “1+2+2+3”. The main core has been updated to the Cortex-X3 Kryo super-large core with the main frequency up to 3.2GHz. The four performance cores are respectively two Cortex A715 and two Cortex A710. All have frequencies of 2.8GHz, while the Cortex A510 has a frequency of 2.0GHz for the three energy efficiency cores. Compared with the previous generation, the second-generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform has 35% faster computing speed and 40% less power consumption. At the same time, the second-generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform will upgrade the GPU again, using the latest Adreno 740 to improve performance by 25%, energy efficiency by 45%, support Vulkan 1.3, support hardware-level ray tracing technology.
In terms of image functions, the second generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform deeply introduces AI algorithm to achieve real-time semantic segmentation to achieve automatic enhancement of photos and videos and other functions. In addition, the second generation Snapdragon 8 supports Snapdragon Sound Snapdragon listening technology, it supports spatial audio through dynamic head tracking, supports 48kHz lossless music streaming, and has an ultra-low latency of 48ms.
Igeekphone understands that this morning, Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s mobile phone business unit in China, also announced for the first time the Antutu running score of the moto X40 powered by the second generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform, which reached 1,312,901 points, easily exceeding 1.31 million.