Benchmark test confirms specs on Xiaomi Mi 5c, Huawei P10 and Motorola Moto G5
As the MWC showpiece gets close by the hour, it is the time for the OEMs to start washing their hands of the manufacturing process of whatever it is they had in mind to present on this day and focus on other aspects such as the presentations that each unit gets.
However, it is never too late to test and check one last time if the units would do what they have been made to do, and if they are truly as packed as wanted. Therefore, we have seen a number of units show up on the GFXBench again.
The Xiaomi Mi 5c went through a confirmed all we have heard about it in the past – a 5.5-inch screen, Pinecone V670 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 64GB internal storage space, 12MP man camera, 8MP secondary shooter, and the Nougat 7.1.1 out of the box.
Next in line to have its specs captured by the benchmark test platform is the Huawei P10, which doesn’t surprise us also. To repeat, we confirmed the 1080p on the regular option, Kirin 960 chipset, $GB of RAM and an internal space of 64GB. The dual cameras are still promised, and one offers a 12MP sensor.
Last but not the least to get the benchmark treatment is the Moto G5 which we have already confirmed would use a 5 inch 1080p screen instead with a smaller SD 430 chipset, 2GB of AM an also, 12MP camera.
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