OnePlus Two’s benchmark score spotted online: Snapdragon 810, Android 5.1, 3GB RAM
OnePlus One has been a massive success across the world. It came with flagship specifications and looks and mid-range price tag. From China to the US, the handset has impressed almost everyone. It would have been a far bigger success had the company been able to supply the handset as per demand. But its weird invitation only method disappointed millions of people who would have gone for it.
Nonetheless whoever went for the handset had not a single reason to complain. It was like you get promoted to Business class from economy without paying anything extra.
But the new version of the handset is going to be much better than the first version. The next generation handset that is already being called OnePlus Two and there are rumors that the handset will be coming with Snapdragon 810 octa-core SoC. This has been the finding of a benchmark test which has been leaked.
The device seems to be much better than even the very impressive first version. The Geekbench Benchmark test for a device named OnePlus One A2001 was found on the site and since then has been picked up by various news reports. The benchmark test shows that the new version runs Android 5.1 and that it is coming with ARM Qualcomm @ 1.55 GHz with 8 cores. The results add weight to the rumours that the OnePlus Two will come with Snapdragon 810 SoC.
OnePlus officials have discussed the composition of the new handset earlier. A report says that Lau had spoken about how OnePlus Two will launch in Q3 of 2015 and will come with Snapdragon 810 SoC. The handset is expected to come 3GB RAM, a 2K display which could have a bigger 6-inch screen and a fingerprint scanner.
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