Contrary to expectations, Sony Xperia One Mark 4 will not come with the Snapdragon 8 generation One Plus chip
It looks like Xperia One Mark 4 Sony will be announced in May, as its performance information has recently been seen in the Geekbench benchmark, and the single-core performance score of this phone has been very impressive. In addition, it is said that this device will probably come with eSIM support in some markets.
NotebookCheck referring to the score Geekbench Xperia One Mark 4, which was first shared by SmartphoneDigest website, announced that this phone will have a big improvement over its previous generation. The code name of the motherboard of this device is Taro, which indicates that it will use a high-end Snapdragon chip. It is worth mentioning that the normal version of the first generation Snapdragon 8 produced by Samsung has faced problems such as overheating and in terms of performance, it has not made much progress compared to its previous generation, and for this reason it is said that Sony has rejected the updated version of this processor, the Snapdragon 8. Generation One Plus will be used in its next flagship. Now, according to the available reports, the Xperia One Mark 4 is expected to be launched with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 generation one chip, and apparently there will be no news of the Snapdragon 8 generation one plus. According to the performance statistics of this phone in Geekbench and also referring to 10.81 GB of RAM, it seems that this score is related to the version equipped with 12 GB of RAM of this device. In terms of comparison, we should mention Xperia One Mark 3 with RAM 12 It has been launched.
The multi-core performance score of Sony Xperia One Mark 4 has reached 3352, compared to the multi-core performance score of Xperia One Mark 3 There is not much change in it. Since the One Mark 3 was equipped with a Snapdragon 888 chip, the performance of the One Mark 4 is expected to be higher in the multi-core section. However, the Sony Xperia One Mark 4’s single-core performance score has reached an impressive 1024, which is a 9.75% improvement over the previous model.
- Sony Xperia One Mark 4 specifications and details The camera of this phone was revealed
- Xperia One Mark 4 will likely cost $1,500
Xperia One Mark 4 compared to its predecessor in addition to improved single-core performance in Some markets, including the US and Europe, will also support eSIM. The model ID of this device is based on the Geekbench information of Sony XQ-CT54, where it is said that the number 5 indicates the global model of this product, while the last number refers to eSIM support. Actually, the last letter of the model identifier can include the number one for the single SIM model, the number two for the dual SIM model and the number four for the eSIM model.