It has been tested at GeekBench.
The Indian manufacturer of smartphones Lava was founded in 2009, the company produces low-cost models with a good combination of characteristics and price. A new manufacturer’s smartphone called Lava Z66 was recently spotted in the GeekBench test application database.
New Lava smartphone is first seen on the web
The GeekBench database confirms that the Lava Z66 smartphone will be equipped with Unison’s unknown single-chip system, as well as 3 GB of RAM. Out of the box, the smartphone will work immediately under the Android 10 operating system.
In single-threaded mode, the Lava Z66 smartphone scored 153 points, and in using all the cores of the Unisoc single-chip system, the result was 809 points. This puts a novelty in the category of smartphones that are equipped with Snapdragon 625 and Helio P10.
At the beginning of the year, the company released an inexpensive Lava Z71 smartphone, which was supposed to compete with Xiaomi, Samsung, and Realme in the market for the manufacturer.