It’s not clear which device ran the test. The Product Manager at Lenovo said that it was not the Motorola flagship, but either that’s true or the PM is just trying to stem a leak. This could even be a reference device by Qualcomm for all we know.
A Snapdragon 8 Gen1 phone may have just scored 1 million points in AnTuTu. There are as many as four Snapdragon 8 Gen1 powered devices that may be announced before the end of the year – the Xiaomi 12 and Moto Edge 30 Ultra seem to be shoo-ins, but there’s a chance that we’ll see the OnePlus 10 Pro (though some rumors claim it will be unveiled in January) and a phone from iQOO. The chipset’s official unveiling will be on November 30 and we expect to see Qualcomm’s first customers make at least a brief appearance.
Of course, the Snapdragon isn’t the only Android chipset that has crossed the 1 million points barrier – the Dimensity 9000, the first 4 nm chipset to go official, already did that in an unofficial capacity. The Snapdragon seems to have a very slight edge points-wise, but with unofficial results on pre-release hardware, it’s hard to draw any conclusions.