Honor 80 Series Performance With Two New SoC From Qualcomm

Honor 80 Series Performance

Honor 80 Series Performance

On the 23rd of this month, Honor holds one of the most important product launch conferences. Where Honor Magic Vs new foldable phone, Honor 80 digital series, and MagicOS system will debut together.

In meantime, the official continued to warm up for the machine and announced the camera configuration at the same time the front screen of the high-definition image is also public for the first time.

On the front screen, the Honor 80 Pro uses a dual-curved + front dual-camera dugout design, which is also the second Android platform to use this front lens design after the Xiaomi Civi 2. Because after the first comeback of the iPhone 14 Pro Series, the Android platform to follow is also ideal, and more products should follow.

Honor 80 is a centered single digging hole double curved flexible screen. From the picture, we can see that the bezels on the left and right sides are very narrow and almost completely invisible. The rear lens module is the upper left corner of the double-circle design.

Snapdragon 782G and 8 Plus Low-frequency Version

In terms of core hardware, the Honor 80 Series will debut two new chipsets from Qualcomm. One of them is the Snapdragon 8 Plus low-frequency version of Honor 80 Pro, and the other one is Qualcomm Snapdragon 782G.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 782G processor for the Honor 80 is codenamed SM7325-Max, with one A78 core at 2.71GHz, three A78 cores at 2.4GHz, and four A55 cores at 1.8GHz. Snapdragon 782G uses the Adreno 642L GPU and said that the processor can be seen as Snapdragon 778G Plus successor.

Honor 80 Geekbench 5

In terms of Honor 80 Series performance, Snapdragon 782G Geekbench 5 single/multi-core score is 840/2812. For reference, the Honor 60 Pro with Snapdragon 778G Plus single/multi-core score is 822/2989, CPU large core main frequency is 2.5GHz.

Honor 80 Pro Geekbench 5

Honor 80 Pro with Snapdragon 8 Plus low-frequency version on Geekbench 5 single/multi-core score is 1194/3736. For reference, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 3.2Ghz version single/multi-core score is 1300+/4200+.

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