Having come into existence simply months in the past, Realme has expanded its cellular portfolio in India at an unprecedented fee. The previous Oppo subsidiary, which has launched 4 smartphones within the nation up to now, is about to unveil the fifth subsequent week. Dubbed Realme U1, the corporate’s upcoming selfie-centric smartphone has been confirmed to return with MediaTek’s Helio P70 SoC. That sounds nice, however is the chipset powering the U1 any good? Apparently, sure.
The oldsters at Smartprix have been in a position to pay money for a picture displaying three smartphones operating AnTuTu benchmarking take a look at. One of many smartphones bears the mannequin identifier RMX1833, which is identical as that of Realme U1. The opposite two smartphones are Xiaomi’s upcoming Redmi Note 6 Pro, and Honor 8X (bearing mannequin identifier JSN-AL00a).
If the picture is legit, Realme U1’s general AnTuTu rating comes out to be 145,021. That is greater than the 139,974 scored by Honor 8X, and considerably higher than the 115,611 managed by Xiaomi Redmi Notice 6 Professional.
So, what does it imply? It signifies that the MediaTek Helio P70 is a better-performing SoC (not less than, if we go by numbers) than each the HiSilicon Kirin 710 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, which energy Honor 8X and Xiaomi Redmi Notice 6 Professional respectively.
The Smartprix report notes that Realme U1’s chipset continues to be benchmarked by AnTuTu as Helio P60, more than likely as a result of the app hasn’t been up to date to incorporate the newly-launched Helio P70. Nonetheless, because the smartphone is confirmed to be Realme U1, there’s no query that the chipset is MediaTek Helio P70.
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Whereas Honor 8X has been out there in India for some time now, Realme U1 and Xiaomi Redmi Notice 6 Professional are set to reach quickly. It’ll be fascinating to see how these three mid-rangers stack up in opposition to one another when it comes to real-world efficiency.