Moto G85 stops by Geekbench with Snapdragon 4 Gen 3 SoC, 8GB of RAM

Vlad, 16 May 2024

The Moto G84 made its debut in August of last year (with a release the following month), but it looks like its successor could be arriving sooner. We've already spotted the Moto G85 in a European retailer's database earlier this month, with a price of €300, and now a prototype has run Geekbench, which means it's featured in the benchmark's online database.

This reveals the fact that the G85 seems to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 4 Gen 3 chipset, which hasn't been officially announced yet, but will be the successor to the 4 Gen 2 from 2023. That was the first chip in the series made using a 4nm process, so the Gen 3 will probably stick with that while bringing slight improvements here and there.

Moto G85 stops by Geekbench with Snapdragon 4 Gen 3 SoC, 8GB of RAM

For what it's worth, the Moto G85 prototype that ran Geekbench managed a 939 single-core score and a 2,092 multi-core score, and it had 8GB of RAM, though a version with 12GB will be offered too, as per the info from the aforementioned European retailer.

The Moto G85 will of course run Android 14 from day one. Those are all the details revealed through this benchmark run, we'll let you know when we find out more.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 29 May 2024
  • Ejb

Someone don't have to be a power user. These chips are lagging in basic things. Social media apps are heavy and keeps getting heavier.

Yea, apparently that is the trend nowadays :/

  • David Angell
  • 25 May 2024
  • PX0

SD 6G1 would be a good option, on the road to efficiency. The SD4G3 is just an SD695 with a slight overclock... Lenovo is destroying the brand.

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