Asus ZenFone eight Mini has allegedly been noticed on Geekbench. The smartphone noticed on the platform carries mannequin quantity ASUS_I006D, that’s related to the ZenFone eight Mini. The itemizing reveals that the smartphone could possibly be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC, paired with 16GB of RAM. Beforehand, a telephone with the identical mannequin quantity allegedly appeared on TUV SUD certification, suggesting 30W quick charging assist. Reportedly, Asus ZenFone eight Mini has codename “SAKE”, point out of which was first noticed within the Asus ROG Telephone 5 kernel supply code.
As per the Geekbench listing, the alleged Asus ZenFone eight Mini with mannequin quantity ASUS_I006D is seen working Android 11, and its motherboard title is “lahaina.” The smartphone has scored 1,121 factors within the single-core, and three,662 factors within the multi-core exams. It’s to be talked about that there are a complete of three Geekbench entries for a telephone with mannequin quantity ASUS_I006D with all of them scoring more-or-less related factors in single and multi-core exams.
As talked about, the smartphones with mannequin numbers ASUS_I006D, and ASUS_I006DA already have the TUV SUD certification, as per a tweet by tipster Sushanshu. This itemizing exhibits that the Asus telephone might have a 30W quick charging assist. Moreover, it additionally hints that the alleged Asus ZenFone eight Mini may need no less than two storage variants.
Final month, a report claimed that the Asus ZenFone eight Mini has codename “SAKE,” and a point out of this was discovered within the kernel supply code of the Asus ROG Phone 5. There’s additionally a point out of “SAKE_PLUS.” Nevertheless, there is no such thing as a readability on whether or not these telephones belong to the Asus ZenFone eight sequence. However the telephone with codename “SAKE” is being known as a “small telephone.” This report additionally talked about that Asus ZenFone eight Mini could also be launched with a 5.92-inch show with 120Hz refresh price and be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC.
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