However, Anandtech reported that on the MWC 2018, the reporter discovered a brand new x86 processor platform mobile phone, Senwa LS9718 and LS9918.
After looking up the data, it was discovered that in actual fact, Ziguang Zengrui announced low-keyly that Senwa had adopted the Spreadtrum chip to launch the above two new machines. However, the sound volume was too small to be noticed.
It is reported that both phones are equipped with Spreadtrum SC9853I chip, Intel 14nm process, 8-core 64-bit Airmont architecture, clocked at 1.8GHz, GPU is Mali T820 MP2, baseband support dual Netcom Cat.7.
On the exterior design, both phones are 18:9 720P full screen, 3+32GB storage, Android 8.1 system, for the Latin American market.
Because it was not allowed to download the three-party software, the reporter used the LS9718 to simply run the JetStream (JS test) under the browser. The result was disappointing and worse than the performance of the Xiaolong 625 platform.
Moreover, it took 15 minutes to play and ran a browser JS. The mobile phone was obviously hot and people felt very uncomfortable.
So, I wish Intel and Spreadtrum can make a difference in the 5G era...