Vivo definitively is determined to offer a huge portfolio of a smartphone offering seamless 5G connectivity. The company already released new smartphones featuring 5G support, but the list is set to keep growing in the coming months. Now, a new smartphone dubbed Vivo V2012A appeared on the GeekBench database. It could be an international variant of the recently released Vivo Z6 5G.
The new handset scored 2,929 points in the single-test score and 7,925 in the multi-core tasks. Interestingly enough, this result users GeekBench 4.2.0 standards. So they are likely to differ on the 5.0 version of the platform. The Vivo V2012A sports a Octa-Core chipset with 1.80GHz base frequency. This processor likely is the Snapdragon 765G which is also found in the Z6 5G. Besides the chipset, we have 8GB of RAM and Android 10 in tow.
The SD765G is the only Qualcomm chipset to feature an integrated 5G modem. Moreover, it’s based on the power-efficient 7nm process. It delivers a solid performance being cheaper than the Snapdragon 865. However, not many companies are offering this for a cheap price tag. Instead, they’re equipping this mid-range SoC on premium-mid-range smartphones.
The Vivo Z6 5G boasts this particular chipset and for now, remains exclusive to the Chinese market. We believe that the company has plans of launching it in Europe, so the Vivo V2012A is so far our best hint of a Global launch for the 5G handset.