The first benchmarks of the MediaTek Helio P10, i.e., the MT6755 have made an appearance. An unknown phone powered by the SoC was found to have been benchmarked on Geekbench.
The ‘super’ mid-range chipset from MediaTek, first announced in June, managed to score a decent 882 and 3371 points on the Geekbench single- and multi-core tests. It is important also to note that the phone (presumably a prototype) was powered by Android 5.1 Lollipop and had 2GB of RAM.
Detailed scores of the Helio P10 are as follows:
- Integer Performance
Single core: 1077
Multi core: 4746
- Floating Point Performance
Single core: 734
Multi core: 3106
- Memory Performance
Single core: 790
Multi core: 1152
The Helio P10 comes with an octa-core processor, which in essence are two clusters of four cores each. At least one variant of the upcoming Elephone P9000 is confirmed to have the Helio P10 chip… but knowing Elephone, it could take a while to come out.
Coming back to the P10, the mid-range SoC combines octa-core goodness with various connectivity options; the SoC also has on-board support for LTE Cat 6. It also ups the MiraVision game, from version 1.0 to MiraVision 2.0.
What price would you be happy to pay for a Helio P10 phone?