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It’s been a week of leaks, but not exactly in the traditional sense. After benchmarks of the purported Snapdragon 855 leaked on Geekbench, another phone’s hard numbers have found their way onto the site: those of the Razer Phone 2.
The gaming company’s forthcoming gaming phone ran the Geekbench 4.2.3 benchmark for Android. The numbers were uploaded on Thursday.
But how did the device fare?
With an 1.77GHz octa-core Qualcomm chipset — likely the Snapdragon 845 — the phone scored 2026 on its single-core run, and 8234 on its multi-core run.
That’s significantly lower than the numbers seen on the leaked 855 benchmark earlier this week.
Notably however, it’ll also sport 8GB of RAM, putting it in line with the US version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
The Razer Phone 2 will reportedly launch in December.
Feature image: Razer