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OnePlus 2 shows up running AnTuTu benchmark in video
The launch date is set, we know most of the specs and the VR announcement app is ready for download. Now all there’s left to do is waiting for Monday to get all the details on the OnePlus 2. Have you had enough leaks and rumors? We know we haven’t, and today we are bringing you what could be the last leak on the device before it is announced.
The OnePlus 2 has shown up in video! Given, it’s not the most detailed or crisp depiction around. Nor does the 4:48-minute video show you much of the phone, other than the front. It doesn’t really raise any red flags, though, which should be a good thing for any leak. Regardless, you won’t watch this contraband video to see how the phone looks; this is more about learning how powerful the upcoming phone can be.
The reported OnePlus 2 is shown running AnTuTu’s benchmark. After some minutes of testing, the device managed to score 49221. This puts the OnePlus 2 right in line with competing phones like the Nexus 6 and Galaxy Note 4, but below newer ones like the HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6. This is a bit weird, because the OnePlus 2 is confirmed to come with a Snapdragon 810, but we can’t speculate too much on this just yet.
The benchmark manages to corroborate some specs we were already expecting, or had some suspicions on. This handset happens to have Android 5.1.1 with Oxygen OS, 16 GB of internal storage and a 1920x1080p FHD display.
Here’s the video, just in case you want to see the phone go through the benchmark process from beginning to end. Remember this is still considered a rumor, so you should treat it as such. Don’t hold your breath on any of this information. We will know all the details this Monday, so keep it tuned to our home page!