A SoC has been revealed by the Basemark benchmarking software database simple AMDwhich was running a performance test under the OpenGL ES 3.1 API under the operating system Android 10 and accompanied by 1 GB of RAM.
This curious configuration for an AMD SoC is related to Augmented Reality glasses that have not yet been officially announced, the Magic Leap Demophonwhich are known to offer a resolution of 920 x 720 pixels for each eye.
When it comes to AMD Mero SoC specifications, it is known to offer a configuration of 4 AMD Zen2 cores next to some graphics AMD RDNA2it would therefore essentially be an AMD Van Gogh chip, the one that gives life to the portable Steam Deck console, but much more lightened, since it would be a custom version designed to be used in these autonomous glasses.
In terms of performance, it is slightly slower than the SoC HiSilicon Kirin 9900E of Huawei seen in the Huawei Mate 40 launched at the end of 2020, so it is logical to think that the frequencies are very low since autonomy is essential in a device of this type, not to mention a possible loss of performance linked to a lack of optimization.
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