Back on September 6 last year, Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 6 Gen 1, a new mid-range chipset that the upcoming Honor X50 is going to be using. The phone is expected to be made official in China on July 5, and today, ahead of the unveiling, a prototype has been spotted in the Geekbench online database, having been put through the paces of the benchmark.
As you can see, the unit in question managed a 606 single-core score and a 2,484 multi-core score. The Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 SoC has a CPU with four 1.8 GHz cores and four 2.2 GHz cores and an Adreno 710 GPU.
The prototype that ran the benchmark has 12GB of RAM on board and booted Android 13. It’s expected to have the latest Magic UI skin on top.
According to previously leaked information coming out of Chinese certification authorities, the Honor X50 has a 6.78-inch 1200×2652 120 Hz AMOLED screen with an embedded fingerprint scanner, an 8 MP selfie shooter, a 108 MP main rear camera and a 2 MP decorative lens of some sort (depth or macro).
Rumor has it the device will be offered with 8 and 16GB of RAM alongside the 12GB model that was benchmarked. As for storage, expect 128, 256, and 512GB options. The X50 will have a gigantic 5,800 mAh battery with support for 35W wired charging.