Microsoft and Sony are both keeping things rather close to the vest at this early stage. However, if the leaked Flute data is both actually real and bound for Project Scarlett, then we have our first look at the specs, at least as they exist at this very moment in time.
Still, even at those speeds, it will be a big bump in processing power compared to the current generation Xbox One X. On the graphics side, the SoC lists a "Navi 10Lite" GPU. This could mean a cut down version of Navi 10, though no other GPU specs are listed.
Finally, the listing shows 16GB of unspecified memory. We presume this refers to shared memory between the CPU and GPU.
As for the actual benchmarks, there is not much to be gleaned—UserBenchmarks rates it at 65.9 percent and "Good," but also notes that there are insufficient samples to truly gauge relative performance. The bigger takeaway is what the listing reveals about the specs.
The last thing to note is that this is listed as an engineering sample. So even if Flute is real and ends up in Project Scarlett, the specs could (and would likely) end up very different than what is shown right now.