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Did the OnePlus Two just get benchmarked on Geekbench?

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Did the OnePlus Two go through the Geekbench benchmark test?

Did the OnePlus Two go through the Geekbench benchmark test?" 

Has the sequel to the OnePlus One, expected to be called the OnePlus Two, made a run through the Geekbench benchmark test? A device with the model number A2001, running Android 5.1 and powered by a 1.55GHz octa-core processor, was spotted on the Geekbench site. While the device was listed as the OnePlus One, that model is powered by a quad-core 2.5GHz CPU.

OnePlus founder and CEO Peter Laus had previously suggested that the OnePlus Two would feature an octa-core Snapdragon 810 SoC under the hood. The device that went through the Geekbench test happened to employ the controversial chipset. The only other piece of information that we can get from the test is that the phone has 3GB of RAM inside.

Rumors have the OnePlus Two launching in the third quarter of the year, priced in the neighborhood of $400 USD. A fingerprint scanner is among the features that OnePlus is said to be adding to the new model.

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source: Geekbench

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posted on 20 May 2015, 12:50

1. arch_angel (Posts: 1651; Member since: 20 Feb 2015)

I didn't think the 810 was capable of such a high geekbench score because the m9's average scores are 895 and 3005. I know the m9 has better scores than that but those are the average.

posted on 20 May 2015, 13:46

4. Nebice (Posts: 68; Member since: 05 Jan 2015)

you cant really take a 810 from htc one m9 as reference you should take the one from xiaomi mi note pro with increased cooling and higher takt rate

posted on 20 May 2015, 14:33

7. arch_angel (Posts: 1651; Member since: 20 Feb 2015)

what if the 810 in the one plus two isnt the 810 v2.1 and the mi note pro doesn't really out perform the m9 in geekbench scores go look for yourself if you don't believe me.

best mi note pro scoreshttps://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench3/search?dir=desc&q=mi+note+pro&sort=multicore_score

best m9 scoreshttps://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench3/search?dir=desc&q=htc+one+m9&sort=multicore_score

as you can see the m9 actually has the better geekbench scores.

posted on 20 May 2015, 20:49

11. CrossVXM (Posts: 12; Member since: 24 Sep 2014)

The reason behind the low scores on the M9 is because HTC was forced to add thermal throttling in an update due to high temperature complaints. I was reading that the maximum you really get to experience is now 1.6GHz thanks to that, thus the lower score.

posted on 20 May 2015, 21:11

12. arch_angel (Posts: 1651; Member since: 20 Feb 2015)

the scores from the geekbench links i posted are with the lower clock speed/frequency the m9 is still a powerful smartphone despite the lower clocked s810.

posted on 21 May 2015, 07:23

15. j2001m (Posts: 3005; Member since: 28 Apr 2014)

Htc does cheat when it comes to benchmarks

posted on 21 May 2015, 09:01

17. arch_angel (Posts: 1651; Member since: 20 Feb 2015)

no they don't they stropped cheating with the m8. but you can go into the phones developer setting and enable high performance mode to get a better than average score. so i guess you could say its cheating if someone did that.

posted on 20 May 2015, 13:03

2. shiftt (Posts: 333; Member since: 03 May 2015)

"ONEPLUS ONE A2001" etc. etc. Are you sure PA? No way a SD810 did that, at least after some use. If the OP2 did have a SD810, no way in hell Oneplus is getting sells this year.

posted on 20 May 2015, 14:34

8. arch_angel (Posts: 1651; Member since: 20 Feb 2015)

see post 7 the 810 is actually a beast

posted on 20 May 2015, 13:41 2

3. Guaire (Posts: 740; Member since: 15 Oct 2014)

Mi Note Pro's scores around 1300 at single core and 4000 at multi core.

HTC underclocked M9 to prevent overheating.

posted on 20 May 2015, 13:49 3

5. jove39 (Posts: 1976; Member since: 18 Oct 2011)

in all fairness...everyone should avoid phone with S810...just don't buy it.

posted on 20 May 2015, 14:14 5

6. TypicalGeek (Posts: 147; Member since: 19 Feb 2015)

Sure all father. I will not buy what you don't want me to.

posted on 20 May 2015, 14:52

9. medtxa (Posts: 1341; Member since: 02 Jun 2014)

SD810 with 2 cores only is pretty much throttled 810 performance at max.. don't you think?

posted on 20 May 2015, 18:36

10. Nabil111 (Posts: 57; Member since: 14 Apr 2014)

Why not go for a cheaper yet "equally" capable chipset? The beauty of the original 1+1 was that it was "only a few dollars more" than the equivalent name brand handsets' on-contract prices. This one's $100 more, then the next one will be $100 more, pretty soon they're just going to be the same price as everything else. We're talking about a 33% increase in the price for something that's maybe 20% better than its predecessor. Hopefully all these rumors are wrong.

posted on 20 May 2015, 22:05

13. Napalm_3nema (Posts: 2236; Member since: 14 Jun 2013)

I imagine that with all of the bad publicity, and Samsung pulling out, you can get a fairly decent price on the SD810 from Qualcomm. If v2.1 is legit, it would be a powerhouse.

posted on 21 May 2015, 07:26

16. j2001m (Posts: 3005; Member since: 28 Apr 2014)

Hahahahahahahahahaha, even the dev brick phone used to show off the cpu is not as fast as the 7420 CPU in the edge with that very very very thin metal trim, that is why they all going to Samsung for 14nm

posted on 21 May 2015, 00:31

14. aenews (Posts: 14; Member since: 25 Jan 2015)

It is allegedly going to be $400 according to one converted estimate ($50 more than the mainstream OPO). This isn't an official price and the actual storage specifications or what storage variants may exist are unknown, so it may not actually be priced $100 higher.

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