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Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 has "downgrade" installed in Oppo Reno 9 Pro+

Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 has “downgrade” installed in Oppo Reno 9 Pro+

Snapdragon 8+ Gen1, an upgraded version of Snapdragon 8 Gen1.

The same chipset is installed in most high-end models released later this year, but it’s becoming apparent that there is a so-called “downgrade” with a lower clock speed.

Information leaked by the famous digital chat station:

Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 will soon get a version with a lower frequency, with the Cortex-X2 core speed dropping to 3.0GHz. The frequency of each core will be 3.0GHz + 2.5GHz + 1.8GHzand that.

By the way, if you list the frequencies of each core of the SD8Gen1 series including the “low frequency version”:

SD8Gen1 SD8+Gen1
Low frequency version
SD8+Gen1
Cortex-x2 3.00 GHz 3.00 GHz 3.19GHz
Cortex-A710 2.50 GHz 2.50 GHz 2.75GHz
Cortex A510 1.79GHz 1.80 GHz 2.02 GHz

As you can see, the Low Frequency Edition has the core core, high performance, and high efficiency core all scored, and as far as CPU cores are concerned, they are ratherSettings close to SD8Gen1 not specifiedhad become

The SD8+ Gen1 “Low Frequency Version” will almost certainly be installed in the Oppo Reno9 Pro+

By the way, according to him, this chipset will also be installed in the Honor 80 Pro and other Oppo models, so the soon-to-be-announced model with SD8 + Gen1 is the Oppo Reno 9 Pro +.

The model number of the same model was found to be “PGW110”, and benchmarks were also found on Geekbench.

from Geekbench

Considering the frequency of each core in this benchmark, it is 1.80Hz, 2.50Hz, and 3.00Hz, which is exactly the same as the low-frequency Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 leaked by Digital Chat Station.

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On the other hand, the actual result is:

from Geekbench

There are results that can’t be obtained with an unmarked 3900-point SD8Gen1 with multiple cores, but overall the result is closer to SD8Gen1 than SD8+Gen1, which means that the clock speed of each core is listed above as “unmarked” instead of “+”. It is also consistent in that it is close.

It can be said that this “Snapdragon + Gen1 low-frequency version” is an upgraded version of SD8Gen1 or a downgraded version of SD8 + Gen1.
As for the positioning, it seems likely that it will be a chipset like the Snapdragon 870, which is an upgraded chipset from the Snapdragon 865 that was installed in some models last year.