Now that it’s all confirmed that the Vivo XPlay 5 will feature a whopping 6GB RAM, we are all patiently waiting for the first benchmark results of the device. Its pretty much given that the phone will beat other flagships that were announced recently, but by how much is something that we are all eager to see. Whether 6GB RAM will give the XPlay 5 significant edge over others, or whether the lead would just be of a couple of thousand points. Well, we don’t have to imagine anymore, as the first Vivo XPlay 5 AnTuTu benchmark results have surfaced online, and it’s impressive.
According to an alleged AnTuTu benchmark result of the Vivo XPlay 5, the phone scores an amazing 162,610 making it the fastest smartphone on the benchmarking app. The results are very powerful, with the device beating competitors like the Le Max Pro in pretty much every department. The scores in the RAM, UX, CPU and RAM are much higher than the Le Max Pro, which has resulted in such a high final score.
Of course, like always, we would advise you to take this leak with a pinch of salt. As of now, we cannot confirm whether this XPlay 5 AnTuTu benchmark is real or not. Also, we wonder whether an addition 2GB RAM can result in a difference of nearly 30K on AnTuTu. So, let’s wait for some concrete information before getting too excited.
In addition to the leaked benchmark score of the XPlay 5, the source also revealed two new renderings of the device. These two renders are way different than what we saw earlier today of the upcoming flagship, which makes things even more confusing.
But, this could be the real design of the XPlay 5 because it’s very similar to the recently released teaser from the company. It’s different than the earlier one in the sense that the dual curved edges are actually on the top and the bottom, rather than the sides. It’s a different design and we are curious to see what innovative function will such curved edges bring to the phone.
Anyways, take a look at these renders and let us know whether you like this design or the one leaked before.