OnePlus Mini allegedly visits AnTuTu, flaunts high-end innards

OnePlus Mini allegedly visits AnTuTu, flaunts high-end innards
We've known for a while now that OnePlus is working on a second handset meant to reach the market before 2015 is out, and intel so far suggests that we're likely referring to the rumored OnePlus Mini. Today marks another important revelation, further fueling speculation that the Chinese company is, indeed, working on a smaller model that will appease those among us who aren't into phablets: an AnTuTu benchmark run.

The source being the guys behind AnTuTu, we have little reason to believe that the screenshots below have been doctored, though there are obviously no guarantees that the device (dubbed A2301) we're looking at is the OnePlus Mini. That would make sense, though, seeing as the app revealed high-end gear that is nevertheless inferior to the one available with the OnePlus 2. Unfortunately, AnTuTu doesn't report on screen size, so we can't be sure at all.

In any case, the benchmark found a display with resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels being powered by an octa-core MediaTek MT6795T processor, clocked at 2.2GHz (also found in the HTC One M9+), coupled with a PowerVR Rogue G6200 series GPU and 2 gigs of RAM. The mysterious device also packs 32GB of storage and a 13-megapixel main camera. The brains of the operation is the latest commercially available build of Android: 5.1.1 Lollipop. As you can see from the 54,311 score achieved by the handset, we're talking about no slouch.

Before we go, it's important to reiterate that AnTuTu reports such as this are to be taken with a healthy dose of suspicion, as it isn't too hard to fool the app into reporting whatever anyone with some understanding of Android wants. With that in mind, take a look at the screenshot the AnTuTu team provided:



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