The US-bound OnePlus 7T benchmarked beating the 7 Pro

The US-bound OnePlus 7T benchmarked beating the 7 Pro
It doesn't take a genius to recognize that OnePlus 7T will perform well in every benchmark thrown at it even without plumping up the numbers. After all, it will be powered by Qualcomm's most powerful mobile chipset at the moment - the Snapdragon 855+ - coupled with 8GB RAM.

American carriers won't be getting the 7T Pro, as the differences between it, and the 7 Pro aren't that significant, but they will get its souped-up McLaren Edition, as well as the funky design of the smaller sibling, the 7T.

That same US-bound OnePlus 7Т has now been benchmarked with stellar scores on Geekbench v5 under the codename HD1903, so Americans can sleep tight knowing that even the lowly 7T with 8GB RAM will beat the 7 Pro with 12 GB RAM when it comes to horsepower. 

The phones will be announced as soon as next week, on September 26th, and we'll be finding out more about other important specs such as display size and especially the resolution of the 7T. 


The 1080p pixel count has proved time and again to be the sweet spot between performance, battery draw, and resolution requirements, so we hope that's what OnePlus has chosen but we'll also be fine with a giant battery inside. Why not both? As a reminder, the 7T was teased yesterday by OnePlus, carrying one intriguing circular camera setup at the back.

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7T
  • Display 6.5 inches 2400 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 48 MP (Triple camera) 16 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ 8GB RAM
  • Storage 128GB, not expandable
  • Battery 3800 mAh
  • OS Android 10 OxygenOS UI

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