OnePlus 5 Gets Higher Benchmarks than Galaxy S8+ at Geekbench
The device scored 1963 for the single test, which was close to Samsung Galaxy S8’s score at 1978.
The OnePlus 5 is slated for release this summer.
A new leak has just surfaced, and it’s allegedly showing off OnePlus 5’s scores on Geekbench.
OnePlus is planning on launching their next flagship smartphone namely OnePlus 5 sometime this year. Both these phones are running on same Processor. However, the device was apparently spotted on a Chinese regulation website as carrying the codename: A5000, thereby suggesting that the device might be called OnePlus 5. The benchmarking scores of the device have been leaked showing really impressive scores which even surpass Samsung’s flagship phone Galaxy S8. The Xperia XZ Premium got 1943 and 5824 points in single-core and multi-core tests, respectively.
The dual camera that OnePlus 5 will be sporting is expected to fare with Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus and Xiaomi’s Mi 6.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise as the Exynos variant of the Galaxy S8+ was able to outperform its Snapdragon 835 counterpart in earlier benchmark tests as well.
Buzz around OnePlus’ upcoming flagship device has started to begin.
OnePlus 5 is no more a secret. Interestingly, similar to what we saw on OnePlus 3 and 3T, OnePlus is likely to go with a front-facing fingerprint scanner at the front.
We know that the device will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835, but other specs are still a bit vague. Also, these scores usually do not paint the full picture of the actual performance of a smartphone. Coming directly from the OnePlus founder’s Instagram post, it carries a fair share of credibility, but we can’t trust them completely.
The exclusive images of the OnePlus 5’s Geekbench results hit the web via a GSMArena report. The two images confirm this. Some design sketches showed the dual cameras and the ceramic part. The two cameras are placed horizontally, though some past reports have claimed that the cameras would be arranged vertically.
When comparing scores – higher scores are better, and double the score indicates double the performance.
This is not the OnePlus 4 since the number four is bad luck in the company’s home country of China. The former has a 5.5-inch Optic AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, while the latter comes with a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen.
The OnePlus 5 is going to retain the 3.5mm headphone jack, according to noted tipster Evan Blass. Representational Image of OnePlus 3T. The phone was recently listed on OppoMart at the same price. That’s a big statement considering the Samsung Galaxy S8 is now leading the pack and has no intentions of letting its hold on the top spot go. The 128GB storage model is expected to cost close to $500.