The OnePlus 7T series will first be launched in India on September 26, before a global launch in the United Kingdom on October 10. Thanks to the company’s CEO Pete Lau, we know what the back of the OnePlus 7T looks like. On the design front, the phone looks pretty admirable, but if you are more interested in its performance, like nearly every Android smartphone enthusiast, you might want to check out the latest OnePlus 7T benchmark results.
No OnePlus 7T Was Spotted in Geekbench 4 but a Score Difference Here Suggests the Device Is Using Qualcomm’s More Powerful Silicon
The OnePlus 7T has apparently been spotted on Geekbench 5, under the alias HD1903. The phone is fueled by an eight-core Qualcomm chip, presumably the Snapdragon 855 Plus. According to the specifications, the device that was tested features 8GB of RAM and runs Android 10. Coming to the scores, the OnePlus 7T benchmark shows the phone achieved a single-core score of 791, which is only slightly better than that of the 12GB RAM-touting OnePlus 7 Pro.
However, the multi-core score is significantly better at 2855 and this can be attributed to Qualcomm’s overclocked SoC. It’s worth remembering that benchmark scores can be faked easily, but if you take a look at several OnePlus 7 Pro scores, we don’t believe this is the case. It’s also surprising that no OnePlus 7T benchmark was spotted on Geekbench 4 and if could be because a lot of testers might want to gravitate to the newer platform, which readers and critics will have to get used to.
Even if you think the OnePlus 7T benchmark doesn’t impress, you’re sure to change your mind when you take a gander at the hardware specifications. The OnePlus 7T is expected to feature a 90Hz display, something which is still a rarity in the industry. The screen will apparently measure at 6.55 inches and the selfie camera will be housed in a notch. As the images shared by the CEO, the OnePlus 7T will have three cameras on the back, stacked horizontally on top of a circular bump. According to rumors, there will be a 48MP main camera, joined by 16MP and 12MP units.
Faster UFS 3.0 storage is also expected to be a part of the package which means the phone will be pretty snappy when opening up apps in quick succession. Given the alleged benchmark, the OnePlus 7T might be a better pick than the Google Pixel 4, especially for those looking to save a few bucks. That’s not to say we are undermining the Pixel 4, as it’s going to get its own share of exciting features.
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News Source: Geekbench