OnePlus continues to tease its first phone called the One. The maker has revealed it will use the Snapdragon MSM8974AC chipset – the one with Krait 400 @ 2.5GHz – and 3GB RAM for its debut handset.
OnePlus released a screenshot of an AnTuTu 4 score, which tops all current flagships.
This is the cumulative score, it doesn’t show the separate CPU and 3D scores that the device achieved, but they should be on par or better than any other Android on the market right now (or in the near future).
Higher is better
OnePlus One 38179
HTC One (M8) 37009
Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801) 36018
LG G2 35444
Sony Xperia Z2 34986
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 S800 31109
The OnePlus One will also feature a 5.5″ 1080p screen, 13MP camera (check out the first samples here) with Sony sensor and 4K video. It will be unveiled in a week and when it comes out in Q2 it will cost €350.