Nokia Suzume Smartphone listed on Geekbench- Android 12 OS, Exynos Processor, etc.

The codename of the upcoming Nokia smartphone, “Suzume”, was spotted on Geekbench. The phone will run Android 12 and have 3GB of RAM. 

The codename is also an homage to the superheroes Marvel fans will love. It also features a notched LCD display and Exynos 7884B processor. The phone will be available in the second half of this year.

The company usually uses Qualcomm, MediaTek, or Unisoc chips for their phones. The latest rumour has the Nokia Suzume running on an Exynos 7884B processor. 

As per the listing, Nokia Suzume single-core score is 306 & Multi-core score is 1000.

This chip is 14nm in size and has two Cortex-A73 cores, six A53 cores, a Mali-G71 MP2 GPU, and 3GB of RAM. The phone is also expected to come with a screen with a notched top.

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Nokia Suzume Smartphone listed on geekbench

Nokia Suzume Smartphone listed on Geekbench- Android 12 Support

The Suzume runs Android 12 and has 3GB of RAM. The benchmark also suggests that the phone will run Android 12. So far, Samsung has yet to introduce an Exynos-powered smartphone with Android 12.

Alternatively, Nokia may be working on bringing the Exynos 7884B and Android 12 together. The benchmark scores of the Suzume are quite respectable, and a new partnership between the two companies could mean that the phone will get more powerful than it already is.

The Nokia Suzume was first spotted on Geekbench in July. The smartphone has 3GB of RAM and runs on full Android 12. Among the four leaked phones, two were Go Edition smartphones. 

The Nokia Suzume appears to be a mid-range phone with three cameras and a notched LCD screen. It could be the codename of the N150DL or N153DL.

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Nokia Suzume Smartphone listed on Geekbench- Processor

The Nokia “Suzume” phone is a rumoured Android phone that’s been spotted on Geekbench. The Exynos 7884B is an old-fashioned Exynos chip. It has two Cortex-A73 cores and six A53 cores. 

It has a Mali-G71 MP2 GPU, LTE modem, and a 3 GB of RAM. Compared to the Samsung A10, the Exynos 7884B is one of the most modern.

Despite its price, the Nokia “Suzume” hasn’t been confirmed in any official announcement, but it has appeared on the Geekbench benchmark. 

While the device’s name doesn’t yet resemble its successor, it features a similar processor to the Samsung A10 and is a budget-friendly option. However, the phone’s codename, N150DL, might also indicate that the new Nokia phone is an exclusive partnership with Samsung.

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Nokia Suzume Smartphone listed on Geekbench- GPU

The Exynos 7884B is a 14nm chip with two Cortex-A73 cores and six A53 cores. It also comes with a Mali-G71 MP2 graphics card. The Nokia “Suzume” may be the first phone to use an Exynos 7884B chip, which is a 14nm chip with a Cortex-A53 and two Cortex-A73 cores. 

The phone has three GB of RAM, which is a big boost over the previous-gen phones from the Finnish manufacturer.

The Nokia “Suzume” is a new phone that runs Android 12 and has three GB of RAM. It appears to be a budget-friendly smartphone that has a triple camera and a notched LCD. 

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Nokia Suzume Smartphone listed on Geekbench- Wrap Up

The mysterious Nokia Suzume has been spotted on Geekbench. The phone has an Exynos 7884B chipset.

The smartphone is expected to come in Blue and Grey colors and will have a 16MP rear camera. The TA-1362 variant has been spotted on Geekbench and is a Russian model, which is also a possible indication of its price.

The phone’s Geekbench benchmark scores are very impressive, with the dual-camera configuration resulting in a 5V/2A charger. The Vivo V1816A is another smartphone spotted on the Geekbench website. It has an octa-core chipset and 8GB of RAM. 

Its multi-core score is 1000. It will be classified as mid-range, and USB Type-C port and dual SIM support make it a top-seller.

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