OnePlus 6 will launched pretty soon, and already its hype seems to overflow more than ever. It could very be the best smartphone of 2018. The smartphone is already getting revealed earlier than its scheduled launch date. The smartphone has already been leaked and speculated a lot of times, on a frequent basis including the OnePlus 6 benchmark scores.
The OnePlus 6 benchmark scores prove that the upcoming flagship smartphone will have great performance. It can beat the other high-end phones in its segment.
OnePlus 6 Benchmark Scores
The AnTuTu listing (was revealed by Android Central) shows that the flagship smartphone will change competition totally. The smartphone managed a benchmark score of 276510 points. In another listing, it scored 263398 points. Both the listings state that the smartphone will run Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box. It will also use a Snapdragon 845 SoC processor. The two different listings can be of different variants of the OnePlus 6.
The Geekbench score of the 8GB RAM variant gives the device 2402 and 8931 for the single-core and multi-core tests. Moreover, the model number is OnePlus A6003.
The thing about benchmark scores is that after the launch, they usually are different due to tweaks from the company prior to the launch after multiple testings and trials.
Recent OnePlus 6 Leak
Recently even alleged live images of a working OnePlus 6 device was leaked online. The leaked image is totally similar to the smartphone’s alleged leaked renders in the past. By the looks of the OnePlus 6 leaked image, it can be observed that it is pretty recent, as it displays a 23rd April date stamp. The smartphone can be seen in a case, which hides out the outer frame. The photo shows the OnePlus 6 wallpaper and certain Android 8.1 Oreo features. Moreover, the Android 8.1 features can be seen in the status bar, icons, and on-screen buttons.
Other Recent Development
OnePlus has already confirmed that the OnePlus 6 will sport glass back panel with five printed layers of nanotech coating. Moreover, the glass back will be created with five layers of nanotech coating, which according to the company is a first in the smartphone sector. In a forum note, OnePlus said, “The phone has five layers of Nanotech Coating instead of three, even though the degree of separation between each layer is extremely subtle and tough to discern as the additional layers give the back of the device a stronger impression of depth.” The Chinese company also said, “The advantages of glass over metal are manifold: glass communicates a transparent, bright, and pure feeling. The way glass transforms under different lighting is a particularly important challenge—the OnePlus design team tested over 70 glass prototypes before selecting the best one.”