The OnePlus 6 Surfaces Allegedly On GeekBench With Fantastic Single And Multi Core Scores; Beats The Samsung Galaxy S9+ In Shocking Result
This year, the rumor mill is more active than usual. We're seeing information for devices that are not due until a good 4-6 months, surface regularly. The best example for this phenomenon is Apple's tentative 2018 iPhone lineup. A lot of details have come to light regarding them, as Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones this year. However, this post isn't about the iPhone. Rather, the OnePlus 6 graces us with its presence once again, this time in the form of a GeekBench leak. Take a look below for the details.
The OnePlus 6 Surfaces On GeekBench With Impressive Single And Multi Core Scores As Company Looks To deliver Another Solid, Well Rounded Device
While its slogan of producing 'flagship killers' is overreaching, OnePlus does manage to surprise us sometimes. Last year, the company launched its OnePlus 5T. The smartphone was a fitting response to Apple's iPhone X. It demonstrated how you can keep up with consumer expectations without bankrupting them. While the 5T does not meet up to Apple's security criteria for Face ID, we're sure its users don't mind. And now, OnePlus is looking to launch another solid smartphone.
The OnePlus 6 is an active part of the rumor mill, despite at least a good four months left until its launch. We've got a lot of nuggets of information for the smartphone. According to alleged information, it'll feature everyone's favorite, an 18:9 display. This will necessitate a front notch to house the sensors, which generates a mixed reception from potential users.
Now, if you're wondering how well the OnePlus 6 will stack against other flagships in the performance department, today's leak is just for you. Today, we've got a fresh GeekBench posting for the NS NS P7819. This is the prototype number for the OnePlus 6, which has also surfaced previously on the rumor mill. It shows a single core score of 2535 points and a multi-core result of 8632 points. This is impressive, managing to beat our initial test scores for the Samsung Galaxy S9+ with the Snapdragon 845 These will be up this later this week (hopefully).
This performance punch isn't the first we've seen. A couple of days back, an alleged Antutu leak for the OnePlus 6 beat both Apple's iPhone X and Xiaomi's upcoming Mi Mix 2s. Looks like the Chinese starlet has perfected its formula of pocket-friendly gadgets with top-tier performance. A dual camera is also rumored to make it on the smartphone; so we really are looking at a perfect package so far. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.