iQOO 7 AnTuTu Benchmark Reveals Amazing GPU Performance

iQOO 7 AnTuTu Benchmark

iQOO 7 AnTuTu Benchmark

This morning, iQOO officially announced the iQOO 7 release date and confirmed several configurations including Snapdragon 888, with enhanced LPDDR5 + enhanced UFS 3.1, known as the Iron Triangle of performance. Now iQOO 7 AnTuTu Benchmark revealed.

Why is it called the enhanced version? The official poster shows that compared to the previous generation iQOO 5 series, LPDDR5 memory improved 113.2% sequential read speed; UFS 3.1 flash memory improved 117.3% random write speed, hence the name Enhanced Edition.

In terms of performance, now in the AnTuTu database, the comprehensive score exceeded 750,000 points, has exceeded the previous Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 888 reference design prototype run scores.

AnTuTu found in the background a model number “V2049A” Vivo’s new machine, from the configuration to judge it may be the upcoming release of iQOO 7. In terms of configuration, AnTuTu identified that the new machine has a 2400×1080 resolution display, 12GB of built-in memory, and 256GB of onboard storage, and is equipped with the latest Snapdragon 888 mobile platform.

In terms of runtime, the current score reported by the AnTuTu background is 752,935 points, which has exceeded the runtime score of the Snapdragon 888 reference design prototype previously announced by Qualcomm. iQOO 7 AnTuTu Benchmark score decided as: CPU score is 200616, the GPU score is 340539, the MEM score is 114445 and the UX score is 97335.

iQOO 7 AnTuTu Benchmark

Among them, the GPU performance is very eye-catching, higher than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 reference design prototype score of about 20,000 points, which means that iQOO 7 in the thermal design is very good, helping to free more Adreno 660 GPU potential. It should be noted that the results detected in the background should still come from the engineering prototype, do not rule out the possibility of further increases in the future production version of the score, we’ll see what happens.


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