The Nothing Phone (2) received its Geekbench initiation

Carl Pei’s next phone is evolving from “Nothing” to something as we learn more about it. Fans are anticipating the formal announcement of The Nothing Phone (2) on July 11. In the meantime, as per information via GSM Arena, Geekbench results for the Nothing Phone (2)’s confirmed processor are available.

This is the following model in the Nothing Phone series in case you are not current with this phone. We anticipate that this phone will have some similarities and some differences with the earlier model.

We anticipate many modifications to the components on the rear, a somewhat altered Glyph Interface, a different location for the selfie camera on the screen, and Nothing OS will be named differently in comparison with others.

Greek scores for Nothing Phone 2

The findings of the two tests conducted on the device are quite comparable. The single-core score for the first test is 1733, while the multi-core score is 4207. The results of the second test were 1739 and 3983.

The results aren’t very noteworthy, but it’s important to keep in mind that benchmark scores aren’t a reliable gauge of program performance. Daily application is a considerably more accurate method.

The Geekbench results are important because they confirm what CPU the Nothing Phone (2) will have. This shouldn’t be shocking as there have been rumours concerning the chip that would power this phone.

The benchmark reveals that the flagship Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 will be used by the Nothing Phone 2. Although the processor isn’t the fastest on the market, there are a few things to consider. To begin with, this chip is still strong. Given that it is a recent flagship processor, you should expect good performance.

Second, despite having a mid-range chipset, the Nothing Phone (1) managed to achieve incredibly smooth performance. The key factor in this was software optimization. Therefore, it is certain that Nothing will be able to modify the program to make the most of this more effective hardware.

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