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Vivo X6 appears on AnTuTu with disappointing score and MT6752 chipset

Vivo X6 appears on AnTuTu with disappointing score and MT6752 chipset
Well now, here's a surprise. The Vivo X6, which is supposed to be unveiled on November 30th carrying some beastly specs, has just been put through the AnTuTu benchmark test. Instead of the MediaTek MT6795 Helio X20 chipset, the MediaTek MT6752 SoC was under the hood. That means that the phone might not be powered by a deca-core CPU.

The MT6752 carries a true octa-core CPU, with eight Cortex-A53 cores. It comes with the Mali-T760 GPU. Rumors about the Vivo X6 sporting 4GB of RAM are confirmed by the benchmark test, and there is 32GB of native storage on board. Instead of the 6-inch screen with a 1440 x 2560 resolution, the model that was scored by AnTuTu featured a 5.2-inch display with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. And it would appear that a 13MP camera will be on the back.

The AnTuTu test reveals that the name of the device is the Vivo X6D. There is talk about different variants of the phone, which could explain the differences in the specs. The Vivo 6X Plus has just received its CCC certification, which means that a premium model could be sporting all of the high-end specs that we have been looking at over the last couple of weeks.

The phone that went through AnTuTu scored 46,585, far from the results that we would expect from a drool-producing beast of a handset. Besides the possibility of different X6 variants, we should also consider the idea that this is a faked test. Thankfully, the unveiling of the Vivo X6 is less than two weeks away.


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source: GizmoChina, TimesNews.co.uk

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