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Xiaomi Mi 7 Appears With Snapdragon 845, 6GB RAM On Geekbench

It looks like another Xiaomi-branded handset has just surfaced on Geekbench, the Xiaomi Dipper. Guess what? Xiaomi Dipper’s specifications are quite interesting. The device managed to score 2.449 points in the tests with a single core and 8,309 in those of multiple cores.

Xiaomi Mi 7 Appears With Snapdragon 845, 6GB RAM On Geekbench

Well, from past few years we have seen several smartphone manufacturers have made its way to the top. Xiaomi is one of them and it’s not only known for making products with a great aesthetic appeal, but it also offers some high-end features at the very low price.

Now it looks like another Xiaomi-branded handset has just surfaced on Geekbench, the Xiaomi Dipper. Well, it’s worth to note that Xiaomi Dipper is followed by Xiaomi Berlin which popped up on Geekbench a few days ago.

Guess what? Xiaomi Dipper’s specifications are quite interesting. The device managed to score 2.449 points in the tests with a single core and 8,309 in those of multiple cores. According to the listing, the smartphone will be powered by powerful Snapdragon 845 processor.

Not only Snapdragon 845, Xiaomi Dipper seems to carry 6GB of RAM. Well, it might not be the Mi Mix 2S which is expected to arrive later this month. It is, however, possible that we’re looking at the Xiaomi Mi 7 here.


The smartphone is running on Android 8.0 Oreo and in a single core test, it has managed to grab 2449 points whereas, in multi-core test, it has reached a score of 8309. It’s worth to note that previous reports also reveals that Qualcomm and Xiaomi have collaborated to improve the performance of Snapdragon 845 processor.

So, if Xiaomi Dipper turns out to be Mi 7, then the listing clearly suggests that it will be able to deliver a monstrous performance. So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.

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