iQOO Z7 AnTuTu Benchmark Results Out, Scored 4.8 Lakh Putting it Above Smartphones with Snapdragon 695 SoC

The iQOO Z7 is rumoured to be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 920 SoC

  • iQOO Z7 AnTuTu Benchmark has been revealed by CEO Nipun Marya.
  • The smartphone has apparently scored over 480,000 points on the benchmarking platform.
  • This score is higher than that of smartphones with Snapdragon 695 SoC.


iQOO Z7 AnTuTu Benchmarking results have been revealed by the CEO, Nipun Marya. According to the graphic shared by the top executive, the handset scores more than smartphones with Snapdragon 695 SoC at their core. Notably, the brand has already teased the launch of the iQOO Z7 series smartphone in the Indian market. The phone was also spotted on China’s 3C certification website earlier today revealing it to be the first Z-series smartphone with over 100W fast charging. Let’s take a look at the benchmarking score below.

iQOO Z7 AnTuTu Benchmark Score Officially Revealed

According to the image shared by Nipun Marya, the iQOO Z7 5G seems to have scored an impressive 480,000+ on the popular benchmarking platform – AnTuTu. This score is well above 410,000 scored by Snapdragon 695 processor on several smartphones. However, the top executive didn’t reveal the chipset powering the handset. Instead, he left it open for the fans and followers to guess which processor is powering the upcoming mid-range smartphone.

Taking the cue, top leakster in the industry, Mukul Sharma aka Stufflistings was quick to predict that the smartphone will come with MediaTek Dimensity 920 processor in the country. Considering their track record in terms of leaks in the past, we can be assured that the iQOO Z7 could feature the Dimensity 920 SoC.

Notably, MediaTek Dimensity 920 was launched in 2021 as a mid-range 5G chipset. The processor is built on the 6nm fabrication process and is said to offer a 9% performance boost over its predecessor, Dimnensity 900. It is an octa-core chip that can clock up to 2.5GHz and uses ARM’s Cortex A78 architecture. Furthermore, LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.1 storage make it one of the fastest mid-range SoC.

The chipset is also said to support Smart Adaptive Displays, hardware-based 4K HDR video capture, up to four cameras, and up to 108MP sensors.