Previously, an unannounced Vivo smartphone with model numbers V1936A and V1936T was certified by the Chinese 3C authority. This device was confirmed to arrive with a 33W fast-charging support.
Right now, the same device had made it’s appearance on Geekbench – revealing some of it’s key specs and core performance.
According to Geekbench, the SoC driving the Vivo V1936A has an identifier “ARM implementer 81 architecture 8 variant 13 part 2052 revision 14“, which is essentially the current Snapdragon 855 SoC.
On the whole, the device has attained a pretty impressive single-core score of 3,516 points, as well as a multi-cores score of 11,262 points.
Besides that, it also revealed that the device will have 8GB worth of RAM and comes loaded with Android 9.0 OS out of the box.
Sad to say, there is still little information regarding device although there are some who speculated it to be the upcoming Vivo “X” series smartphone.
In case you’d missed out, another Vivo smartphone with model number V1934A/ V1934T had been certified by the Chinese TENAA authority earlier on as well.