OnePlus 5 specs revealed in AnTuTu benchmarks

Eric Abent - May 15, 2017, 10:54am CDT
OnePlus 5 specs revealed in AnTuTu benchmarks

With so many leaks hitting for the upcoming OnePlus 5, it’s hard not to get excited. Though the phone hasn’t been given an in-depth reveal yet, the constant stream of rumors and leaks have only helped anticipation grow. Today is no different, as we’re getting a list of OnePlus 5 specs from AnTuTu benchmarks.

These benchmarks don’t tell us anything we don’t already know, but instead serve to confirm (and sometimes challenge) specification lists that have previously leaked out. It also doesn’t go into as much depth as previous leaks, but it still manages to hit most of the major points. In short: the OnePlus 5 should pretty much be a beast, at least as far as internal hardware goes.

According to AnTuTu, the OnePlus 5 will arrive with support for Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 will run the show, working alongside an Adreno 540 GPU. You’ll have 6GB of RAM at your disposal and 64GB of internal storage to fill as you please.

Though the display may not be as pixel-dense as some other flagship devices, it still offers a respectable resolution of 1080p. It’s worth pointing out, however, that previous rumors have claimed the OnePlus 5 will have a 2K display. Perhaps OnePlus is considering multiple versions of the OnePlus 5?

Though the benchmarks aren’t very specific when it comes to the camera, they do seem to suggest that the OnePlus 5 will offer 16MP sensors on the front and back of the device (or two 16MP cameras in a dual-lens set up). This is another part that clashes with previous rumors, as the OnePlus 5 has been said to sport a 23MP shooter around back.

For the most part, though, the specs we see in these benchmarks match up nicely with older leaks, especially one that dropped over the weekend. Setting screen resolution and megapixel count aside, most of these leaks agree that we can expect a Snapdragon 835 and at least 6GB of RAM, so this phone certainly shouldn’t be a slouch when it comes to internal power. We’ll see if any of this holds true when the phone eventually gets that reveal we’re waiting on, so stay tuned.


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