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HTC Vive Focus (XR2) Appears on Geekbench with a Snapdragon 865 Chip

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HTC Vive Focus (XR2) has been spotted on Geekbench. This could be a new 5G offering from the house of HTC. HTC has been slowing down its production and has not been recently able to hold the Android phone market like before. We can expect some change in the scenario with this new launch sometime soon.

The Geekbench 5 scores have revealed around 924 on the Single-core for the Vive Focus (XR2).

On the Multi-core, the scores stand at 3416. The date of upload on the Geekbench website is the 9th of September, 2020 that is today at around 11.58 am. The phone is stated to run on Android 10 and will be powered by a Kona motherboard. The processor will be ARM Qualcomm according to the findings of the website.

HTC Vive Focus (XR2) will have 1 processor and 8 cores and ARM implementer 65 architecture 8 variant 1 part with 3341 revision 0 as the identifier. The base identifier of the device will be 1.80 GHz and the memory size will be 5.50 GB.

Speculations reveal that the mobile will be powered by a Snapdragon 865. More specifications and details on the display and camera will be known to the consumers only with a disclosure from the company. We need to wait for any further information


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