In January, the press release by Qualcomm during the announcement of Snapdragon 480 5G revealed that Nokia Mobile was one of the companies that were preparing a smartphone based on the chip. Soon after that, a Nokia smartphone with the code name Quicksilver was spotted on Geekbench using the said chip in the same month.
Now, after Nokia G10’s appearance a few days back, Geekbench has confirmed the name of another new Nokia smartphone, the Nokia X20. The device was tested with 6 GB RAM and an SM4350 processor, that is the model number of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 480 5G chip.
The listing also reveals that the Nokia X20 will have Android 11 as its OS, and its base frequency is set at 1.8 GHz. Regarding the test scores, Nokia X20 managed to push it to 507 in the single-core test while 1661 in the multi-core test. If compared, the test details and scores of the Nokia Quicksilver and Nokia X20 are very similar.
Back then, the Nokia Quicksilver with 6 GB RAM and Android 11 had scored 471 in the single-core test and 1500 in the multi-core test. It was using an octa-core Qualcomm ARMv8 processor with a base frequency of 1.8 GHz, and the same identifier as Nokia X20. Hence, it is safe to assume that Quicksilver is the codename of Nokia X20.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G is built on the 8 nm process and can use mmWave and sub-6 GHz 5G bands. It supports up to FHD+ display at 120 Hz, Quick Charge 4+, either eMMC 5.1 or UFS 2.2 for storage, and LPDDR4x RAM.