Oppo has launched the K9 5G smartphone at its residence market with a Snapdragon 768G chipset and eight GB RAM. It has quite a lot of similarities to the Realme RMX3142 that appeared on TENAA final month, and bn
The Realme RMX3142 appeared on TENAA final month with images and a full specs sheet, and at present the gadget was noticed once more, this time on Geekbench. It appears to be like quite a bit just like the Oppo K9 5G, launched earlier this month in China, and our supply claims the cellphone will likely be relaunched exterior Oppo’s home market below the Realme model.
The Geekbench 4.2 scores reveal 3,234 for a single core and seven,216 for a number of cores, however we’re having a tough time evaluating these outcomes to trendy units and chipsets because the model of the benchmark is sort of outdated – these days all new units undergo Geekbench 5 which has a unique manner of calculating the rating.
The Oppo K9 5G and RMX3142 have the identical show, footprint, even the cameras are the identical. The chipset is Snapdragon 768G, which might be a primary for Realme, and we predict it is perhaps a brand new addition to the Realme GT household – possibly it’s the Realme GT Neo Flash Version, scheduled to reach on May 24.