The Snapdragon 615-powered, 0.19-inch thick Oppo R5 gets benchmarked, performance is a little thin
Anyway, Chinese website CNBeta benchmarked the Oppo R5 and came out with some decent, yet completely unexceptional results. In AnTuTu, the Snapdragon 615-powered device with 2GB of RAM racked up 26,593 points, which is roughly half of what the Snapdragon 805-equipped Nexus 6 (49,480 points) can output. Of course, the Snapdragon 615 processor isn't designed as a heavyweight chip, but rather as a capable 64-bit mid-ranger, and we think it performed according to expectations.
We can also see that the 1080p AMOLED display is limited to three-finger multi-touch, but compensates with a "fairly accurate color reproduction".
Although performance isn't its strongest point, the Oppo R5 looks incredibly svelte and is a well-rounded package as a whole. With a high-resolution display, 13MP main camera and a 2000mAh battery, this is a pleasantly conventional, minimalist offering from Oppo who, as a company, is mostly about rotating cameras, back panel touch controls, and other experimental features.