Video shows OnePlus 2 ringing up a disappointing AnTuTu score with 1080p screen and 16GB of storage (UPDATE)

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Video shows OnePlus 2 ringing up a disappointing AnTuTu score with 1080p screen and 16GB of storage
Watching a phone running through the AnTuTu benchmark test can get a little tedious at best, downright boring at other times. But since the phone being tested is the eagerly awaited OnePlus 2, the process has been recorded on video. The score was a disappointing 49,221, which might get everyone talking again about how OnePlus has throttled the Snapdragon 810 chipset employed by the phone. Those rumors originally started after the phone scored 51,460 on the test.

However, another AnTuTu test resulted in a score of 63,700, which momentarily quelled the fears of smartphone buyers who have already mentally committed themselves to buying the OnePlus 2. Still, there are some questions about the video that was published on YouTube today.

The videod AnTuTu test shows that the OnePlus 2 has a 1080 x 1920 resolution screen. The recent TENAA certification says that the 5.5-inch screen carries a 1440 x 2560 resolution. Elsewhere on this video, it shows that the OnePlus 2 has 16GB of internal storage. The TENAA certification reveals that the device has 32GB of native memory.

Perhaps there is more than one variant of the OnePlus 2, which is a reasonable assumption. The test was for the A2001 model. A GFX Bench test run by allegedly by a OnePlus 2 device with the model number A2003 revealed that it had 4GB of RAM. The unveiling of the OnePlus 2 is two days away and there seems to be quite a lot that we do not know yet. We could see a version with an FHD resolution screen, 3GB of RAM and 16GB of native storage (A2001) and a premium model (A2003) with a QHD resolution screen, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage.

Keep checking in this weekend for last minute leaks. And of course, you'll find all of the news related to the launch of the OnePlus 2 right here on Monday.



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source: EasonQin via DroidFeed

UPDATE: A second part to the video has surfaced. Here it is:



source: SteveHemmerstofer
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