Another smartphone to sport the yet powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 has surfaced on Geekbench database. This time it is the successor to ZTE Axon 9 Pro that had the model number “A2019G” so it is easy to deduce that the “A2020 Pro” that appeared on Geekbench is ZTE Axon 10 Pro.
The upcoming Axon 10 Pro sports 6GB RAM and runs on Android 9 Pie with the powerful Snapdragon 855 SoC under codename “pine” and has faired exceptionally well on the GeekBench 4.1 single-core and multi-core scores.
To shed light on its single-core score, it is 3,824 which is higher than the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10+ (3,413), Lenovo Z5 Pro GT (3,284). In fact, it leaves only the Apple iPhone XS Max which leads with 4,777 but outruns all other smartphones with Snapdragon 855 and HiSilicon Kirin 980 dual NPU SoC (Huawei Mate 20).
The story is slightly different in the multi-core score where ZTE Axon 10 Pro scored 10,762 points. Here, Lenovo Z5 Pro GT tops the chart with 12,801 points leaving Apple iPhone XS Max at the second position with 11,432 points while the work-in-progress Google “Coral” performs subtly at 9,235 points. To put things into perspective, since Samsung Galaxy S10+ is widely known, even it has scored 10,256 points compared to the Axon 10 Pro.
According to LetGoDigital, Chinese smartphone maker ZTE launched the Axon 9 Pro at the IFA 2018 in August last year. However, it is possible that the company is looking forward to launching the newly teased Axon 10 Pro at the MWC 2019 to be held next month in Barcelona which will be preoccupied with lots of techs to launch and unveil, all at once.
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