Microsoft Surface Duo passes by Geekbench, scores above other Snapdragon 855 phones
Microsoft’s Surface Duo will be up for grabs in a few weeks' time but we already have its first Geekbench run. The version in the test appears to be the base 6/128GB unit, powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset and its result is in line with that of flagships powered by last year’s SoC.
The Duo managed a 762 single-core score and 2,867 points in the multi-core department. A quick comparison to Samsung’s Galaxy Fold which is powered by the very same chipset reveals the Duo managed slightly better multi-core performance by roughly 200 points. Overall, the Surface is managing similar Geekbench scores to Snapdragon 855+ phones. It remains to be seen how Microsoft optimized its phone to achieve the small performance gains.
If you’re interested to see how the Surface Duo looks on the inside, head this way for a teardown.
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