The next big thing from OnePlus would be the OnePlus 5, and we have seen many rumours circulating on the internet about the phone. Today, GSMArena posted an exclusive screenshot of the OnePlus 5 revealing the Geekbench benchmark results. The results are quite impressive, in the single-core segment, it stood behind Apple iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S8+(powered by Exynos 8895), while in the multi-core part it outperformed every other device.
The single-core score is 1963, and the multi-core score is 6687, where it topped the GeekBench 4 list. The other two devices which were released this year with the same chipset as OnePlus 5 are Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ and the Sony Xperia XZ Premium. Samsung’s flagship scored 1929 in single-core and 6084 in multi-core, while the Sony’s flagship got 1943 in single-core and 5824 in multi-core.
The screenshot also reveals that the OnePlus 5 will run Android Nougat 7.1.1, and its model ID will be ONEPLUS A5000. The Android Nougat will be skinned by OnePlus’ in-house OxygenOS, though. GSMArena claims that the source who have submitted the screenshot is credible and can be trusted. However, we don’t know what software the phone is running, and the results may slightly vary when the final device is out.
The device will be powered by bleeding-edge Snapdragon 835 chipset. We surmise that the OnePlus 5 will be equipped with 8GB of RAM, that’s a lot, right? This is only a speculation, though. There is also a possibility that the company might retain the same 6GB of RAM from its previous device.
Also, the device is speculated to sport a dual-curved edge Quad HD display and a 3,000mAh battery. Coming to the internal storage, the OnePlus might also release a 256GB variant this time. Also, the device is speculated to come with a dual-camera setup on the rear.