When Cherry Mobile released the Helio-powered X20 M1 a few months ago, we were excited at the prospects of the new chipset. The promise of a fast performing SoC that cost half of what competitor Qualcomm asked for was enticing, unfortunately the M1 suffered from a myriad of problems, chief of which was the unoptimized software that shipped with it, hobbling its performance.
Enter the Cosmos 3. While the phone is packed with the same X20 processor that ran in the M1, Cherry Mobile says that they’ve learned from the previous phone and have optimized the chipset for far better performance. It also helps that the phone is far cheaper than the M1.
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