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Apr 15, 2014

OnePlus One Benchmark Scores Leave Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 Behind

Later this month, Chinese phone maker OnePlus is set to make official the first handset that has been specifically designed for the CyanogenMod platform, and it appears that the company will unveil a truly high-end device when that happens.

According to a screenshot from AnTuTu benchmark, the upcoming smartphone, which will be called OnePlus One, can score as high as 38,179 when tested, which is much more than what flagship phones available on shelves today can offer, as PhoneArena notes. The screenshot comes from OnePLus CEO’s Weibo account, which suggests that it is legit. Moreover, it is meant to prove that the company was serious when announcing that its handset would be able to offer new levels of performance to all users.

Previously, the handset vendor confirmed that the new device would arrive on the market with a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 MSM8974-AC processor packed inside, which is indeed one of the fastest available on smartphones today. The handset will also arrive on shelves with 3GB of RAM packed inside, as well as with a 5.5-inch touchscreen display, though its case won’t be larger than that of a 5-inch smartphone, the company says. OnePlus One is expected to become official on April 23, so stay tuned to learn more on its capabilities.

OnePlus One benchmarks
Image credits to weibo via PhoneArena


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