OnePlus 12 pops up on Geekbench with OxygenOS 14, 16GB of RAM and juicy new code-name
Qualcomm historically selects a new (and typically tasty) code-name for each of its premium SoCs in their development stages; now, that of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 seems to have been set in stone in a new leak. According to a new Geekbench listing, it is currently also known by the internal nick-name of pineapple .
The detail is included in a new set of results for the "OnePlus CPH2581", a new identifier also now linked to the upcoming successor to the OnePlus 11 in a link attributed to Singapore's IMDA database. It has also appeared on the EEC database as a new smartphone from the same brand.
The "CPH2581" (which might denote an international variant of the 12, as opposed to one for the Chinese market) has achieved single-core scores of over 2,100 and multi-core scores of just over 6500 thus far with a CPU that goes at up to 3.3GHz: respectable results overall, although they fall short of those reportedly set by the Xiaomi 14 series prior to its launch.
Then again, it might be capable of more with a finalized version of its Android 14-based UI, most likely to be introduced as OxygenOS 14 for the OnePlus 12 on its debut. The UI seems to be designed for devices with up to 16GB of RAM based on this new tip, although the possibility of more has also been raised by an earlier leak.