The LG V70 ThinQ has surfaced on-line again, this time on Geekbench. Earlier this month, the tool looked on AI Benchmark, where it stays listed. To elaborate, Geekbench refers to the tool as the LM-V700, barely than V70 ThinQ. Nonetheless, V sequence mannequin numbers from the V50 onwards teach that the V700 is the V70 ThinQ.
In step with Geekbench, LG has outfitted the V70 ThinQ with a ‘lahaina’ motherboard, the codename for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 SoC. The CPU’s ‘ARM implementer 65 structure 8 variant 1 phase 3396 revision 0’ identifier confirms that right here’s the case, as does its three cluster core draw. Additionally, the V70 ThinQ has 8 GB of RAM and runs Android 11, all of which AI Benchmark already confirmed.
The one-core and multi-core ratings are a contact on the low side for a Snapdragon 888 tool though, as our database reveals. The V70 ThinQ falls about 9% looking our database’s multi-core receive median, and is 5% in the aid of the bottom scoring Snapdragon 888-powered tool that we hang got reviewed to this point (Oppo Fetch X3 Pro). Within the same vogue, the V70 ThinQ sits just a few per cent relief in the easiest-core benchmark.
Sadly for LG fans, the looks of the V70 ThinQ on Geekbench doesn’t necessarily suggest that the company plans to free up it. LG might well likely furthermore fair free up the V70 ThinQ as a swansong, on the replacement hand it has implied that it doesn’t contrivance to free up any contemporary smartphones between now and July 31, when it expects to effect winding down its smartphone enterprise.
Due to the Jerry for the tip!