OnePlus 2 With 4GB RAM Shows Up At Bluetooth SIG As Benchmarks Leak

We already know a few of the important details about the coming OnePlus 2 smartphone. Some images of the front and back of the device leaked late last month giving us a glimpse at what the smartphone will look like. Fast forward a few days and the One Plus 2 smartphone has crossed the Bluetooth SIG and some benchmarks have turned up online claiming to be of the unreleased smartphone.

The Bluetooth SIG has pulled down the listing for the smartphone now, but a screenshot was taken before that happened so we are left with the details. The Bluetooth SIG screenshot shows that there may be three versions of the smartphone with the One A2001, One A2003, and One A2005 listed.

The exact difference between those models is unknown, but it could easily be different built in RAM or storage capacity. The listing shows that the qualification assessment was done on July 1 on model One A2003.

The benchmarks come from the Geekbench Browser and show that the One A2003 scores 1189 on the single-core score for the test. The multi-core score was 4731. This test was performed June 29 and the results show Android 5.1.1 and a Qualcomm octa-core 1.55 GHz CPU paired with 4GB of RAM.

SOURCE: Droid-Life, Reddit