New Nokia phone with Exynos 7884 processor was seen in Kegbench

New Nokia phone with Exynos 7884 processor was seen in Kegbench

New Nokia phone with Exynos 7884 processor was seen in Kegbench

HMD Global, the company that markets Nokia brand phones, is preparing to introduce a new device. The next Nokia smartphone named Suzume model has been spotted on the Geekbench benchmark website. Gizmochina, Nokia’s next phone has been spotted on Geekbench and the list of key specifications of this product has also been made available.

According to According to the information obtained from the benchmark, this smartphone is equipped with an octa-core processor, which is apparently Samsung’s Exynos 7884. This chip is also used in phones like the Samsung Galaxy A10.

Samsung’s Exynos 7884 processor is produced using the 14nm process; This is while most of the modern chips of the Korean technology giant are produced with the 4nm process, and for this reason, the chip that Nokia has chosen for its next phone looks a little old. This processor includes two Cortex A73 cores and six Cortex A53 cores. The GPU of this chip is Mali-G71 MP2. In addition, an LTE modem is also embedded on this chip.

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Possibility Nokia Suzum (which means sparrow in Japanese) is one of the four devices whose information has been leaked recently. According to the specifications of this product, it can be considered an economic phone. This device will probably be launched with an LCD display and a triple rear camera.

It is expected that more details about the new Nokia phone will be available in the coming days. Considering that this product has been seen on the Geekbench benchmark platform, we will probably see its official introduction soon.

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