BlackBerry KEYone successor (KEYtwo) appears on GeekBench with 6GB of RAM?
Today, a benchmark test was discovered on the Geekbench website that mentions the sequel's model number. Called Qualcomm BBF100-1, the phone is powered by the aforementioned Snapdragon 660 chipset, which includes an octa-core CPU and the Adreno 512 GPU. According to the benchmark test, this would be the first 'Berry to carry 6GB of RAM inside. There is one major problem. There doesn't seem to be a legitimate Geekbench test result for model BBF100-1, which would seem to indicate that this benchmark test is a hoax. However, Dutch website TelefoonAbonnement says that the Geekbench test is legitimate, and that a bug affecting Geekbench is preventing the test result from appearing on the latter's site.
Whether the benchmark test with the single-core score of 1532 and the multi-core score of 4185 is legit, the popularity of the KEYone does seem to have owners of the device salivating at the mere thought of a sequel. We are hoping to discover a new BlackBerry smartphone ready, willing and able to hold the job as the sequel to the most popular BlackBerry handset to appear in ages.
source: Geekbench, TelefoonAbonnement via CrackBerry