With its most recent flagship Snapdragon chipsets, Qualcomm has maintained a steady upgrade schedule. In December, the normal model is released, while the Plus model is usually launched in July. While we inch closer to the said timeframe a new chipset believed to be the Snapdragon 888+ appeared in a Geekbench listing.
The overclocked X1 performance core, which hums at 3.0GHz compared to 2.84GHz on the prior model, is the biggest difference from the normal SD 888. Four low-power A55 cores running at 1.8GHz and three additional Cortex-A78 clusters running at 2.4GHz are revealed in the test.
The SD 888+ scored 1,171 points on the single-core test and 3,704 points on the multi-core test with this armament. These numbers equal those of Snapdragon 888-powered devices, exactly as the SD 865+ did last year.