Today, @Slashleak exposed the Geekbench Score of Xiaomi Mi 10 SE on GB 5.1.1. The data revealed something unexpected.
Getting into details, the Geekbench score revealed that the Xiaomi Mi 10 SE is equipped with a Snapdragon 720G processor and runs on Android 10 OS. The single-core is 422points and the multi-core is 1288points.
The strange aspect is that the device identification code is incomplete, and the memory (RAM) is actually up to 48GB. Obviously, it is a recognition error or a malicious modification of the build file to confuse the viewers.
Frankly speaking, the Snapdragon 720G is only a mid-end SoC. It was released in January this year. It uses an 8nm process with a maximum frequency of 2.3GHz and integrates Adreno 618 GPU, supports pp to 192MP camera, UFS 2.1 or eMMC, and only supports the 4G network.
Although the Xiaomi 10 SE seems to be the youth version from the name, however, it seems irrational from the configuration point of view. The Xiaomi Mi 10 SE should be a 5G phone, and at least feature the Snapdragon 765G.
It is rumored that the Xiaomi Mi 10 SE is a phone launched by Xiaomi for international markets.