iQOO Pro 5G goes to Geekbench, rivals ROG Phone II's score

The iQOO Pro 5G may be the next Snapdragon 855 Plus phone. (Source: iQOO)
The iQOO Pro 5G may be the next Snapdragon 855 Plus phone. (Source: iQOO)
A phone called the Vivo V1916A has appeared on the Geekbench database. This model number has been linked to the upcoming iQOO Pro 5G, which is slated to come with the updated Snapdragon 855+ processor. Its scores match well with those of the second-gen ASUS ROG Phone, which also launched with this SoC.
Deirdre O Donnell,

The V1916A has popped up in earlier leaks as the probable model number for the impending iQOO Pro 5G. This phone, as the name suggests, is to be released under the OEM Vivo's latest new brand, will have next-gen connectivity and is likely to be a premium device. This last impression is underpinned by its links to the Snapdragon 855 Plus, a mid-year refresh for what was already a flagship-level SoC.

A phone that at least calls itself the "vivo V1916A" has recently emerged on the Geekbench website with 1 new set of results. They depict a phone that runs on Android 9.0 (as one might expect from a new phone in 2019), has 8GB of RAM and a Qualcomm processor. 

This SoC goes by the code-name "msmnile", has 8 cores and identifies as the "ARM implementer 81 architecture 8 variant 13 part 2052 revision 14". These specs have conformed to Geekbench results for the Snapdragons 855 and 855 Plus in the past.

As for the alleged Vivo V1916A's performance, it scored a little over 3600 in single-core tests and 11231 in multi-core terms. The former is nearly identical to other Geekbench results attributed to the ASUS ROG Phone II, whereas the latter is actually a little better than the score elicited by this nearly-new gaming phone.


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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-08-14 (Update: 2019-08-14)
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