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Yordan 03 July 2023
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Honor X50 is arriving on July 5 with a Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 chipset. The phone now went through the AnTuTu and Geekbench benchmarks, revealing more details about the 4 nm platform.
Leaksters claim it will be on par with Snapdragon 778G+, but our recent tests show the numbers are similar to Dimensity 7050-powered devices with one major difference – multi-core CPU performance is much better.
Honor X50 on AnTuTu Honor X50 on Geekbench
Honor X50 on AnTuTu and Geekbench
Qualcomm launched the Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 as an evolution over the Snapdragon 695 with improvements across the board, including a 40% jump in computational performance and 35% better graphics. Both the Geekbench and AnTuTu results are similar to our in-house tests of the Realme 11 Pro, benchmarked on the latest versions.
We did see a Geekbench 5 listing earlier. While the numbers did suggest a similar comparison with the current Realme midrangers, we believe it is fair to put new phones to new versions of benchmarking platforms.
Honor promised X50 to have a big screen, massive battery, and the mightiest RAM and storage combo ever for an X series. The price is rumored to start from CNY1,599, which is about $220, but we highly doubt it will be for the 16/512 GB variant.
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Plot twist: 6 Gen 2 is Snapdragon 888 at 4 nm, made by Samsung, but with performance of SD 870.
You really put some thought into it, didn’t you? Lol. You’re 100% correct, by the way.
But hey, at least 695 is made by TSMC, while 6 Gen 1 is made by Samsung Foundry. You got what I mean right? Yeah I know, I'm also not going to 100% defend the 695. Removing 4K from what was previously on the 678 is just ridiculous.
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