iQOO Z5 Pro caught on Geekbench along with Vivo V2129A

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Two smartphones from the Chinese manufacturer Vivo with model numbers the V2148A and V2129A have just been caught on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. One of the smartphones previously seen on IMEI with model number V2148A could be launched with the name of iQOO Z5 Pro. While the V2129 is an unknown device seen for the first time on Geekbench, a site that reveals that it is a high-end smartphone average.

iQOO Z5 Pro caught on Geekbench along with Vivo V2129A

Going into the details, the source code of the Geekbench page for the iQOO Z5 Pro reveals that its chipset offers a maximum clock speed of 2,40 GHz and that the SoC is equipped with the Adreno 642L. These clues suggest that it is powered by the Snapdragon 778G mobile platform.

The Geekbench benchmark also mentions that it has 8 GB of RAM and Android 11 operating system. In the Geekbench 4 single-core test, the smartphone scored 3642 points and recorded a score of 11532 in its multi-core test. The device was also spotted at the 3C certification site in China, which revealed to us that it is a 5G-enabled device and that we could find a 44W charger in the box.

Additionally, the Z5 Pro is speculated to feature a 120Hz refresh rate display, 64-megapixel main camera, 5.000mAh battery, dual speakers and a 3,5mm audio jack. Previous leaks suggest that the iQOO Z5 series includes two other devices, namely the iQOO Z5 and iQOO Z5x. The Z5x is thought to be a rebrand of the Vivo S10e.

Finally, as for the Vivo V2129, its Geekbench revealed that it could be powered by the Snapdragon 460, has 6GB of RAM and Android 11 OS.

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26 September 2021 10: 18
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Updated on: 26 September 2021 10:18

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