A Snapdragon SM6150 chipset has posted a score to the Geekbench database. It features an octa-core processor and will likely launch as a 600-series chip.
Geekbench doesn’t say much about the CPU cores, other than one clock speed – 1.8GHz. That’s likely for the little cores and doesn’t account for boost, so it’s not much to go on. But the score is.
The single core performance is defined by one of the big cores and it looks like a match for Snapdragon 845’s Kryo 385 Gold cores (at 2.8GHz). The multi-core performance is closer to that of Snapdragon 710, meaning it’s likely a 2+6 split between big and little cores. Note that this score most likely comes from a reference design board rather than a phone.