Rumor | Vivo is using a brand-new 5G Exynos processor in one of its upcoming phones
According to a new Geekbench 5 listing, the "vivo V2002A" is powered by an all-new SoC called the Exynos 880. It is described as having 8 cores and a clock-speed of 1.79GHz; further leaks claim this speed belongs to 6 Cortex-A55 cores, whereas 2 other A77s run at 2.0GHz.
Its first device also apparently has 8GB of RAM and runs Android 10. This has netted the "V2002A" scores of just over 600 in single-core tests and approximately 1800 in multi-core terms. To date, this putative Vivo phone does not officially has a name. However, some rumors claim it will be called the Y70s on its launch.
Its apparent model number has also recently been certified with the 3C authority in China. This indicates that the Exynos 880 may be 5G as well as completely new - therefore, it may yet have something to do with the pre-existing 980.
Its new regulatory documentation also shows it has a very standard power brick, despite the existence of a possible variant, the V2001A, which has a 33W charger. However, nothing more is known about the potential Vivo phone or its specs.