MediaTek announced Dimensity 700, the mid-range SoC with built-in 5G months earlier this month as well as MT8195 6nm SoC for premium Chromebooks, and the company already confirmed that it will introduce a new premium 6nm 5G SoC with Cortex-A78 CPU clocked up to 3GHz. After Geekbench scores that surfaced recently, now AnTuTu benchmark scores have surfaced that shows better performance compared to Snapdragon 865.
This uses quad-core Cortex-A78 along with quad-core Cortex-A55 and Mali-G77 GPU. The phone that is being tested on has 8GB LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB UFS 3.1 storage and the screen resolution is 2300×1080, and the refresh rate is said to be 90Hz, but the SoC could support 120Hz refresh rate. This reveals 622409 points, of which CPU score is 175351, GPU score is 235175, MEM score is 123535, and UX score is 88348.
Compared with the Snapdragon 865 from the 8GB RAM with 256GB storage version in the Find X2 Pr, the CPU score and UX score is slightly lower than that of the Snapdragon 865, but GPU score, and the MEM score is slightly more.
Since this is from a testing unit, this does show the final performance of the SoC, and there should be further improvements in the future. We should know more details about the SoC in the coming weeks.