Sony’s subsequent mid-range smartphone would possibly pack a Snapdragon 765 chipset, if this Geekbench check result’s to be believed.
A screenshot of the outcome, discovered by AndroidNext, reveals a cellphone labeled equally to Sony’s specific naming scheme (a letter and 4 numbers). On this case, ‘Okay8220’ begins with a letter that identifies it as popping out this yr; since all of 2019’s Sony telephones had technical names beginning with J, then Okay might be what shall be used for handsets in 2020, causes GSM Arena.
As for the chipset, the check outcome lists an 8-core Qualcomm processor with an identifier we have seen earlier than – on the Geekbench check outcomes for the Oppo Reno3 Professional 5G, which we simply learned will pack the Snapdragon 765G.
Finally, a 5G Sony phone?
Yes, 5G – Oppo’s phone will be capable of connecting to the next-gen networks thanks to its version of the new Snapdragon premium mid-range processor that Qualcomm just introduced. It’s unclear if this new Sony phone would pack the standard or 5G version – we’ll have to wait and see.
If so, it could be Sony’s first 5G phone – and given that the Snapdragon 765 is meant for phones under top-tier flagship, it could be a more affordable 5G device. In other words, a phone somewhere in power between the flagship Xperia 5 and the affordable mid-range Xperia 10.