OnePlus 6 is almost three months away from breaking covers, but its benchmarking score has leaked early hinting the upcoming Android flagship will be a beast in terms of performance.
Android Central claiming to have received the screenshot of the OnePlus 6 (prototype model number: A6000) AnTuTu mark sheet from the company insider, shows the device has scored a staggering 276,510 points.
This is plausible considering the fact that the OnePlus 6 is touted to be coming with Snapdragon 845 octa-core, Qualcomm's latest and the most powerful CPU to date and it will be backed by Adreno 630 graphics engine, and sumptuous 8GB RAM.
However, like other Android OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) imitators, OnePlus is said to be incorporating the Apple iPhone X-notch design in the OnePlus 6 with 19:9 aspect ratio.
OnePlus has always been inspired by Apple iPhone designs and this shows even in the 2017-based OnePlus 5 series. The phones embraced iPhone 7 Plus' dual camera design and now, its successor is taking inspiration from the iPhone X.
Thankfully, the rear-side of the OnePlus 6 is a bit different. Though it is incorporating the vertically aligned dual-camera on the back, it is placed in the middle with LED flash separating it from the fingerprint sensor, which was abandoned in the iPhone X and we may never see it again in future iPhones, as well.
Other expected features of OnePlus 6 include wireless charging, Type-C USB port, dash charge capability and alert slider option.
More details of the OnePlus 6 are expected to make their way to the internet until its official, which is expected to happen around late May or early June.