05 December 2018
Just last month we came across a leak which revealed that Qualcomm is working on a couple of new mid-range processors, namely SM6150 & SM7150. The SM6150 out of these two was said to have been built using an 11nm fabrication process, quite the recently announced Snapdragon 675 SoC.
Now a new listing on Geekbench shows a prototype device featuring the upcoming SM6150 SoC. The benchmark scores suggest that this processor belongs to the Snapdragon 600 family of processors and is an Octa-core processor built on ARM-64 architecture with a base clock speed of 1.80GHz.
The listing reveals that the prototype has 6GB of RAM and boots up on Android 9 Pie and got a single-core score of this particular handset is 2,598, while the multi-core score is 5,467. In comparison, the Snapdragon 675 scored slightly lower single-core score at 2,267 while the multi-core score at 6,103 was higher than the upcoming SoC.
The SoC could be placed below the Snapdragon 675 and is rumored to launch early 2019 which sums up all that we know about this SoC at the moment. We will keep you updated as soon as we get to know something new.