Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 was announced on July 8, 2020. It is powered by the octa-core processor clocked up to 3.1GHz. The chipset pack Adreno 650 GPU to handle the graphics-intensive tasks, which is around 10% faster than the traditional Snapdragon 865. For optics, it can handle up to dual 25MP + 25MP cameras or a single 200MP camera. It is well capable of recording up to 8K video and 360 VR 8K video playback support. The external X55 5G model can go up to 7Gbps download and 3Gbps upload speed.
Another upgrade in the connectivity section is WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 instead of WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 found on vanilla 865. It can handle up to 4K display @60Hz or 2K QHD+ display @144Hz for a faster refresh rate. All the essential connectivity options are available on this chip. A 3D ultra-max fingerprint technology is available for enhanced security purposes.
Recently, an Asus device with model number Asus ZF was surfaced on Geekbench with 973 points for single-core and 3,346 points for multi-core. The leak suggests us to adopt it a more powerful CPU and graphics performance compared to 865. Which is obvious as it is an upgraded version of vanilla 865 chipsets. Moreover, the Snapdragon 865 Plus prototype device scores approx. 6,67,000 points in Antutu benchmark results. The cores are divided into 1,84,974 points for CPU, 2,83,302 points for GPU, 1,12,050 points for MEM and 88,928 points for UX.