Redmi Note 10, which was recently appeared on TENAA, has seemingly made an appearance on Geekbench now, revealing the benchmark scores and the handset’s processor details. There are two Xiaomi models that spotted on the Geekbench database – Xiaomi M2004J7AC, which was also spotted on TENAA, and M2004J7BC. Both models of the handset can be seen featuring MediaTek chipset in the listing. This MediaTek chipset in question is MT6875, which has not been announced yet by the company but is most likely the Dimensity 820, which is scheduled to launch next week.
Notably, both models on Geekbench can be seen with 8GB of RAM and running Android 10 OS. As far as the benchmark scores are considered, the M2004J7AC managed to score around 640 in single-core test and around 2400 in multi-core test. The M2004J7BC managed to score slightly higher in the latter test, around 2600 but managed to score around 640 in the single-core test. Separately, the Redmi Note 10 TENAA listing render revealed that the device will have a triple camera setup at the back instead of a quad-camera module. Also, the punch-hole design on the Redmi Note 9 is likely to be replaced by a teardrop notch on the Redmi Note 10.