OnePlus 3 is put through the Geekbench benchmark test


The OnePlus 3 will be unveiled using the company's Loop VR platform on June 14th. Thanks to the phone's certification in China, we have a pretty good idea what to expect in terms of specs. A separate leak revealed four possible variants of the phone with rumored pricing for each version. Today, we have information related to a Geekbench benchmark test that was performed on the latest "flagship killer."

The test showed that the OnePlus 3 (A3003) model that was benchmarked contained 6GB of RAM. The Snapdragon 820 SoC was under the hood carrying a quad-core CPU. The build of Android used on the phone was Android 6.0.1.

The OnePlus 3 has had some fairly consistent Geekbench results. The latest test dated today resulted in a single-core score of 2394 with a  multi-core tally of 5635. Two previous tests dated yesterday showed single-core scores of 2277 and 2400, with multi-core scores of 5157 and 5516. In April, a version of the OnePlus 3 with the Snapdragon 820 SoC and 6GB of RAM produced single-core and multi-core scores of 2094 and 4944, respectively.

The remaining specs expected for the OnePlus 3 include a 5.5-inch display carrying a 1080 x 1920 FHD resolution, with 32GB/64GB of internal storage. A 16GB rear-facing camera will team up with the 8MP selfie snapper in front. A 3000mAh battery provides the energy that makes the phone run, and a fingerprint scanner is located below the display.

Besides the Geekbench test, images of what apparently is a OnePlus 3 prototype were leaked. Note that the phone in the photographs does not look completely like the finished product as seen on the TENAA documentation.


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  • Display 5.5" 1080 x 1920 pixels
  • Camera 16 MP / 8 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Quad-core, 2200 MHz
  • Storage 64 GB
  • Battery 3000 mAh

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58 Comments

1. FluffyBled unregistered

Generally disappointing, the fact that every single freaking flagship has the SD 820. Sure the price of the OnePlus is way lower than the flagships from earlier this year, but I'd like to see something new dammit!

3. kylebelle

Posts: 74; Member since: May 03, 2016

same here. it just getting a little boring

9. Awalker

Posts: 1977; Member since: Aug 15, 2013

It is getting very repetitive but there's not too many options available.

17. Nopers unregistered

Kirin 950 or exynos 8890.

24. Arch_Fiend

Posts: 3951; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

It's up to those compiles to sell there chips because Samsung and Huawei only seem interested in using their chips in their phones. Also lets be real, the Kirin 950 is good but the GPU is balls, it would have been fine for the Oneplus 3 because it has a 1080p screen but it wouldn't cut it for a QHD device. I actually would have preferred Oneplus to go with the K950 because it's very efferent and the Op3 doesn't have a huge battery.

26. vincelongman

Posts: 5695; Member since: Feb 10, 2013

Not as bad as on the PC side, where Intel's been the only option for mid-high end devices for the past 5 years AMD is finally coming out with a new architecture called Zen later this year So hopefully it will be back to Intel vs AMD for the mid-high end devices

40. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

There is nothing new since 2007, when the first iPhone was released, so we'll have to wait (and not buy any new phones unless the old ones brake).

48. HR_19

Posts: 103; Member since: Aug 09, 2014

Convince Intel to produce new processors. I'm using an Asus Zenfone 2, which has an Intel processor, and it's awesome. Its energy efficiency and performance is almost exactly on par with the SD801 like the Galaxy S5 has.

2. TheHeartBreakKid

Posts: 102; Member since: Jul 07, 2015

128gb storage please. 64gb with no Micro SD is not good. Learn from Zuk.

6. justrt

Posts: 446; Member since: Jul 10, 2014

What do you put on your phone, people!? With Google Photos, Spotify etc. there is no reason for anything bigger than 64GB. What, are you gonna put thousands of apps?

14. tedkord

Posts: 17357; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

My entire music collection and some videos. Who are you to tell anyone how much storage they need?

20. Shocky unregistered

64GB internal is pretty much all I need on a device. Unless you live in the ass end of nowhere you have no excuse to dump your whole music collection on your phone, that's just stupid. I'd like to avoid sdcards where possible.

23. tedkord

Posts: 17357; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

Again, who are you to tell others what they should have on their phones? The arrogance. What if I work in a building with zero signal? What if I have a capped data plan? You know what's stupid? Thinking you know what's best for someone else.

35. Loveneesh

Posts: 436; Member since: Jul 14, 2015

I agree that 64gb is sufficient for most users but that's doesn't mean that 64gb is sufficient for all users. Many users wants there all data in there phones and some users not. 128gb version is also a future proof version than 64gb if we look at increases in size of apps, vedios, images, music etc.

41. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

In a building with 0 signal one would not have gsm reception so I should think one should install a wi-fi router for VoLTE and/or data transfers - because the freaking phone is a COMMUNICATION tool. But, hey, I'm not going to tell others not to be stupid.

45. tedkord

Posts: 17357; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

One is not ALLOWED to install a router in the company's internet, or one could be fired. One has a company landline for making phone calls, that are business related or emergency in nature. You take shouldn't tell others not to be stupid. The pot should never tell the kettle not to be black.

50. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

Oh, but one should be able to listen to one's music during work hours?...

52. tedkord

Posts: 17357; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

One is allowed. Any more assinine remarks?

56. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

I don't know what kind of remarks you are going to make next, so I can't answer your question. I have one thing to say: tell him to get a freaking MP3 player: it's way cheaper than a phone that can't be used.

29. Ruturaj

Posts: 1484; Member since: Oct 16, 2014

LOL, so you are saying, getting data from network is better than sdcard.

34. epdm2be

Posts: 822; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

Sure, provided that you have a network. Which might be hard in rural areas.

33. epdm2be

Posts: 822; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

So you think those 4K videos don't take up any space, eh?

49. tedkord

Posts: 17357; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

Since only one phone so far has a 4k screen, 4k videos are irrelevant to the equation.

30. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

most of iPhone user can survive with storage smaller than 64GB... lol personally, I play tons of games on my phone (around 50 GBs), so 64GB wont meet my standart :-/ and I use 200GB microSD to store my music (sure it have tons of free space, but I sync the playlist with my the playlist on my PC and it just keep growing everyday)

42. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

I also wanted to keep and edit 100 bluray movies on my phone, then I remembered that I only need the phone as a way to communicate stuff: if i want to edit movies, I take out my laptop; if I want other music than 1 GB kept locally, I stream it; and if I want to play games, I will need at least 23-27" display (although I rather use a 60" TV). Oh, btw, that also means I'm using my brain.

46. tedkord

Posts: 17357; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

A lot of arrogant speds here today that think they know the right way to use a device, and anyone who doesn't use it that way is dumb. If you were really using a brain, you'd realize that different people have different usage scenes scenerios and needs. That why we have many different phones to choose from, plus tablets and laptops, etc...

51. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

I am pro choice but that doesn't mean I support stupid ideas. While my approach is "in order for me to to do this sh*t, I need this tool", yours is "I can't believe my car can't fly" and when it flies "I can't believe it's not reaching mach speeds" (and when it does "I can't believe it can't chop woods").

53. tedkord

Posts: 17357; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

No, my approach is how I use my phone is my business and how anyone else uses his isn't, while yours is anybody who doesn't use it your way is stupid. You're the only one coming off stupid here.

57. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

Of course I'm with you on that. Only that, when I see "you're doing it wrong", I also have the right to tell you that. Or don't I? The dude wants more internal space, because he doesn't want to buy cloud and data; ok, he has that option: he needs to buy a device with more internal space. Why should I - the one that is ok with base storage - pay more for his desire?

25. zex999

Posts: 92; Member since: Feb 14, 2016

Not everyone has same usage. People just don't have photos and spotify nor do they have unlimited data. People can have apps, games, movies, photos, ebooks, manga, documents, data backups, the list can go on. That is why I like SD cards because it a reasonable compromise between cost and performance. I can easily go through 64gb of data if I tried, but I maintain my phone so I don't. But, I can see it happening. I travel a lot, I have a lot of things on my phone for "just in case situations". Whether it be no signal, data cap reached, or just plain old bored and needs some games or movies to occupy my time.

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