First the Meizu 15 Plus revealed its Exynos 8895 chipset on AnTuTu, then the smaller Meizu 15 passed by Geekbench with a Snapdragon chip (either a 660 or 635) and now it's the 15 Plus' first run on Geekbench.
The chipset isn't specified, other than its cores and clock speed (8x1.69GHz) but we have no reason to doubt that it's the same Exynos 8895 that is used in Samsung's 2017 flagship phones.
Just like the Meizu 15 Plus that was tested on AnTuTu, this one also has 6GB of RAM.
Hopes for Qualcomm to make more new midrange chipsets so that I will not buy another Samsung phone anymore. Also, Huawei must use more Snapdragon SoCs on midrange level.
Oh yes! I agree. I have a Sd845 Device that I built (dunno why but mentioning it causes a dev intervention. And in the end not being published. I'll change it's name in the software. >.>) And dear lord! The preformance feels better than Exyno...
Meizu? No thanks. I don't want phone with ugly crap ui and no update support.