Rumor | OnePlus 11 sweeps past the 1.3 million mark on AnTuTu with high-end RAM and storage specs
OnePlus has once again chosen to zoom in on camera hump updates in teasing its upcoming Android flagship smartphone ahead of its early 2023 debut.
Therefore, the 11's switch to a round outer housing for its triple rear shooters is very well known by now; however, the president of the OEM's Chinese division, Li Jie Louis, has started to fill in finer details direct from the source, such as the new, "starry" finish for its background, apparently inspired by the Milky Way, that shows up under oblique lighting.
This new design Easter egg is probably intended to elevate the OnePlus 10 Pro successor's premium appeal; however, according to AnTuTu, the 11 may have no problem grabbing attention based on its power alone.
The impending handset may have dropped the Pro suffix, yet seems not to lack for a businesslike impression in what might be its latest benchmarking leak.
It concerns a "OnePlus PHB110" that has reportedly rocked up to AnTuTu headquarters with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage - LPDDR5X and UFS 4.0 respectively to boot - to go with its 8 Gen 2 platform. The results: a score of 1,341,080, thus beating its possible rival the new Motorola Moto X40 in the same tests.
Most (over half a million, in fact) of the supposed 11's 7-digit score comes courtesy of the Adreno 740 GPU, with just over 200,000 more coming from the UX generated by the device's "120Hz" display and Android 13-based ROM.
Therefore, the forthcoming OnePlus 11 is now tipped to come with ColorOS 13 or OxygenOS 13 out of the box as might be expected, in at least 1 16/512GB SKU. The resulting high-end prospect might thus be touted to lead in terms of performance in the new year.
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