OnePlus 5 beats Galaxy S8+, iPhone 7 Plus

Joanna Estrada
May 13, 2017

A recent report - giving leaked sketches of the alleged OnePlus 5 - also went on to suggest that the phone would come with a dual camera system on the front as well. According to the new report, an image leaked a benchmark result of the handset device and shows that it is better still than the latest devices.

A new leak has just surfaced, and it's allegedly showing off OnePlus 5's scores on Geekbench. In the single-core test, the phone scored 1963 points and in the multi-core test, it scored 6687 points. Although an exact OnePlus 5 release date has not yet been announced, it is expected that the handset's launch will take place sometime next month. The Sony Xperia XZ Premium, on the other hand, has logged a score of 1,943 and 5,824 in single and multi-core tests. If the OnePlus 5 does release with these specs out of the box, even the Android market's biggest names such as the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6 might find themselves on the defensive this year.

If indeed the leaked screenshot of the Geekbench score is legit, OnePlus 5 is set for a great start.

OnePlus 5 one of the most anticipated Android phone right now.

Other than these details, no other information was revealed by the image.

Note: It's also worth pointing out that the source of these design sketches claims the OnePlus 5 launch will be in June. It should be noted that the OnePlus 5 being evaluated might be a pre-production unit, so the final model that consumers actually get their hands on might be slower or perhaps even faster. Coming directly from the OnePlus founder's Instagram post, it carries a fair share of credibility, but we can't trust them completely. The Chinese company is also expected to improve its proprietary Dash Charge technology to charge the phones faster.

As you can see in these images, OnePlus 5 boasts two camera sensors on the back. From what we know so far, the smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 SoC, paired with 8GB of RAM and 64GB / 128GB of internal storage. Geekbuying has also listed the device on its website for $449.

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