Nothing phone (1) runs Geekbench with Snapdragon 778G+ and 8GB RAM
Nothing’s upcoming phone (1) is arguably the most hyped phone in a while and almost every day leading up to its launch is filled with new teasers and leaks. The latest one is a Geekbench listing of the alleged device which reveals it's using the Snapdragon 778G+ chipset alongside the Adreno 642L GPU and 8GB RAM. SD 788G+ is an overclocked version of the older SD 778G with a Kryo 670 CPU and a slightly overclocked 2.51Ghz primary core.
Nothing phone (1) managed 797 single-core points and 2,803 points on the multi-core assessment. The Geekbench listing also reveals the phone is booting Android 12 which will be overlayed with Nothing OS on top. Previous rumors speculated that Nothing phone (1) may launch with the newer Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset but that seems to be out of the question for now. The device is also speculated to bring 45W charging and will initially be sold via an invite system just like the first OnePlus phones.
- 10 Jul 2022
Is there any decrease in support for older Armv7 processors now ? None! Armv8 is in fact the most mature platform one can get now and its better to go with a mature, time proven platform than going with new armv9 which takes time for software optimiz...
- 30 Jun 2022
Says the anonymous unimportant guy on the forum, lol.
- 26 Jun 2022
yep, since we are in middle of transition from armv8 to armv9 (which is gonna be the one for next decade) , the support for armv8 might decrease gradually in upcoming years. its better to wait for 7 gen 1 (which uses armv9 architecture)