OnePlus, the maker of OnePlus One smartphone, is all set to release its successor somewhere around September this year. Several rumours are doing the rounds on the hardware specification of the upcoming smartphone.
GSMArena reports it has spotted the upcoming smartphone's prototype on Primelabs website. Along with the report, an image showing the anticipated phone been benchmarked with the PrimeLabs- made GeekBench benchmarking app was posted.
According to the image, OnePlus Two achieved 1256 single-core and 4093 multi-core score in GeekBench. In Geekbench benchmarking, anything above 1000 marks in single core and 3,500 in multi-core is treated as great.
Recently, we benchmarked the OnePlus One while comparing the phone with ASUS's latest ZenFone 2 smartphone and found the OnePlus model achieved 969 single-core and 3041 multi-core score. Hence, if the report is true, the OnePlus Two is sure to bring a fresh sensation in the smartphone market and may become another flagship killer.
The GeekBench screenshot also shows the upcoming smartphone will have a model name of A2001 and will be powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8974 801 SoC (System on Chip). The report further mentions OnePlus 2 will purportedly feature 3GB RAM, similar to OnePlus One.
Rumoured to be priced around $400, the OnePlus Two is also expected to run on Android 5.1 Lollipop powered OxygenOS.