OnePlus, which launched the OnePlus 8 series recently as part of a gradual shift to the premium smartphone segment, seems to be taking a U-turn toward affordable handsets. OnePlus Z rumors have been circulating for some time. And today, the device was cut off at Geekbench.
The new device, with the product name as OnePlus AC2003, has been spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking site. The specifications listed on the site show that this device that has not yet been launched can be the OnePlus Z – the phoenix that we all look forward to rising from the ashes.
This benchmark score aired yesterday on Geekbench shows that this phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz, has 12 GB of RAM and runs on Android 10. Reports show that the device can get a single-core 612 score and score multi-core 1955.
In addition, the motherboard of the upcoming smartphone is listed as “Lito”. Although there isn’t much information about this chipset, people on MySmartPrice have it reported that this might be Snapdragon 765G, the game avatar or the latest version of Snapdragon 765 SoC and might come with an integrated 5G-X52 modem. OPPO Reno 4 benchmark score reportedly with identical specifications is almost similar to the mysterious OnePlus device.
Because this un-released OnePlus smartphone has 12 GB of RAM, it could be a high-end device in this new category, while lower-class devices may come with 8GB of RAM and some variants based on the amount of onboard storage.
We had before reported OnePlus CEO Pete Lau spoke of the need to add “new members” to the family during the interview. Followed by the benchmark score that is now leaked. All instructions regarding the upcoming launch of the OnePlus device.
Various reports have suggested that OnePlus can launch a new phone in July and because we have no further information at this time, all we can do now is watch and watch.
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