Rumor | Meizu 20 appears on Geekbench with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor
Meizu is now thought to be ready to get back in the smartphone game following its acquisition by Geely. The former Chinese-market hit is rumored to once again challenge potential high-end rivals such as the Xiaomi 13 series or X90 Pro+ with flagships called the 20 and 20 Pro next year.
Now, one of them might have turned up on Geekbench. It has the Meizu name, as well as the 20 series' putative platform the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 (provisionally identified through its code-name and core-cluster design).
It apparently has a new Android 13-based OS and 12GB of RAM (which might trend toward the standard amount in 2023). Despite this, its single- and multi-core scores on this possible benchmarking debut lag behind many others linked to the Xiaomi 13 and iQOO 11 with the same specs.
This may or may not be explained by its possession of the 'standard' Gen 2 with a max clock of 3.19GHz and not the 'high-frequency' version seemingly exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy S23 series.
Regardless, this leak might also be let down by a detail that varies from others: it is called the "meizu m2392" on Geekbench, whereas the 20 and 20 Pro had different model numbers in an earlier tip.
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