Motorola is ready to announce the Snapdragon 870 Packing Edge S on January 26th. Just before next week’s announcement, live images of the device will be available on Weibo, provided by the official AnTuTu test run shared by GM of Lenovo China’s mobile ChenJin. Ideas for new chipset performance.
The image shows a tall display with two punched hole cutouts. Interestingly, this device is recognized as last year’s Moto flagship Motorola Edge +. On the back is a square camera cutout with four modules headed by the 64MP primary camera.
Next is the AnTuTu scorecard on the phone, which reveals a total score of 679,860 points. Note that this is still a prototype device, but its score is still very impressive.
A quick comparison with the December AnTuTu leaderboard shows that the Moto Edge S slides ahead of Snapdragon 865 phones such as the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and iQOO 5 series. Edge S managed 189,694 CPU tests, 290,268 GPUs, 103,322 memory tests, and 96,576 UX benchmarks.