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Vivo X23 spotted on Geekbench ahead of launch | UPD: Teaser reveals 8GB RAM

23 August 2018 2

Update: August 23rd, 2018

The Geekbench database listing has already revealed that the Vivo X23 includes the 8GB RAM. Now, an alleged teaser by the company corroborates the same. The teaser also reveals the presence of the massive 128GB storage inside the device. The teaser image also reveals the presence of AI tech for handling some special tasks.

Original Post (August 22nd, 2018)

The Vivo X23 has been making the rounds on the internet even before its official launch. A leak of the smartphone reports 3D facial recognition and even better-in glass fingerprint sensor. That’s not all, the phone was accidentally shown live on a TV show. Now, the Vivio X23 has just been spotted on Geekbench, revealing a few internal specifications of the device. The model number as per the Geekbench listing is V1809A.

Previous leaks did suggest the possibility of the Vivo X23 being equipped with the Snapdragon 670 chipset. However, according to this Geekbench entry, the device is seen rocking the Snapdragon 710 SoC. Coupled with this is 8GB of RAM, which is definitely more than enough for a present-day smartphone. So, how well does the device perform? The smartphone scores 1728 points for single-threaded performance and 4408 points in the multi-threaded test.

Two Vivi smartphones bearing the model numbers of V1809A and V1809T were spotted earlier with 22.5w chargers. Rumour has it that the V1809T model could be a premium model and improvement of the V1809A (Vivo X23) variant. It looks like we’ll have to wait till an official launch to actually get more details on the Vivo X23.

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