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Nokia's chipping away at a financial plan Android 12 phone fueled by Exynos 7884B

9 December, 2021 Nokia

Nokia's chipping away at a financial plan Android 12 phone fueled by Exynos 7884B


Samsung hasn't utilized the Exynos 7884-series chipsets in about two years, however the Exynos 7884B SoC may find its direction onto the market again through an alternate brand of smartphones, i.e., Nokia.


A secretive smartphone distinguished as the Nokia Suzume was benchmarked as of late in Geekbench. As per the internet based instrument, the purported Nokia Suzume is controlled by the Exynos 7884B chipset, which was delivered by Samsung a couple of years back. The organization hasn't utilized this series of Exynos SoCs since it dispatched the Galaxy A20 in 2019.


Exynos 7884B SoC meets Android 12

Given the incorporation of the Exynos 7884B SoC and 3GB of RAM, the Nokia Suzume should fall in the minimal expense smartphone classification. However, curiously, Geekbench recommends that Nokia's secretive spending plan gadget runs Android 12.


Samsung doesn't have an Exynos 7884B-fueled phone qualified for the Android 12 update, yet Nokia could be chipping away at uniting these two components with the arrival of the Suzume.


Everything being equal, the smartphone posted good benchmark scores. Profoundly and multi-center tests, individually.


The Exynos 7884B SoC highlights six power-proficient ARM Cortex-A53 CPU centers, two ARM Cortex-A73 execution centers, and a Mali G71-MP2 designs chip. The somewhat high scores might have been helped by a lift in CPU recurrence of up to 2.08GHz for the Cortex-A73 centers, and up to 1.69GHz for the Cortex-A53 bunch.


At this point, there's tiny data about the alleged Nokia Suzume smartphone fueled by Android 12 and the Exynos 7884B SoC, so it's impossible to tell when or on the other hand on the off chance that Nokia has any genuine designs to deliver it. We'll update you as often as possible when we discover more.


Exynos 7884B SoC meets Android 12


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