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July 26, 2015

OnePlus 2 leaked AnTuTu benchmark video shows us pretty much what we were expecting

by John_A





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As if there wasn’t already enough OnePlus 2 news circulating, we’ve now gotten a OnePlus 2 leaked AnTuTu benchmark to examine. Featured in a pair of videos, what’s alleged to be a OnePlus 2 is put through its paces in the AnTuTu benchmarking app, scoring 49,221 – curiously, this score is lower than that of previous benchmarks, however this might suggest there are multiple variants of the OnePlus 2. This is supported by the fact that the resolution of this device is only 1080p and that it only has 16GB storage; certification at TENAA showed a different story, depicting a device with 1440p resolution and 32GB storage. Check out the videos below:


For those unsure of whether this is the OnePlus 2, previous photos spotted at TENAA suggest that the device in the video is the real deal, as well as the fact the model number of the device is A2001, confirmed to be a variant of the OnePlus 2. Of course, it’s all very confusing as to why we’re seeing different hardware in the certified device and the device in this video, but we’re leaning towards the idea that there are different variants.


What do you think about these benchmarks? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Source: EasonQin, SteveHemmerstofer via Phone Arena

The post OnePlus 2 leaked AnTuTu benchmark video shows us pretty much what we were expecting appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

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