OnePlus Z hits Geekbench with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G and 12 GB of RAM
OnePlus is expected to announce the OnePlus Z next month, and it may have just been benchmarked on Geekbench. Originally thought to be called the OnePlus 8 Lite, initial rumours also claimed that the device would be the first smartphone to use the MediaTek Dimensity 1000. However, it emerged last month that this would no longer be the case, with OnePlus having switched to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 instead. This new Geekbench listing cements that, although we cannot guarantee that this device is a bona fide OnePlus Z.
The device in question carries the model number "OnePlus AC2003". We cannot find any prior references to AC2003 but the motherboard and processor identifier reveal that the device has a Snapdragon 765G chipset. These are "lito" and "ARM implementer 81 architecture 8 variant 15 part 2052 revision 14", respectively. If you have been following coverage of recent Vivo leaks, then the OnePlus AC2003 has the same processor as the vivo V1963A and V1907A. It is worth pointing out that the vivo V1907A reports a clock speed of 1.73 GHz, despite having the same processor identifier as the AC2003 and V1963A. Hence, the base frequency that Geekbench reports does not necessarily indicate the processor being benchmarked.
Nonetheless, the motherboard name "lito" correlates with other Snapdragon 765G-powered devices that have been benchmarked on Geekbench. The LG Velvet (LM-G900N) and Oppo Reno 3 Pro 5G (Oppo PCRM00) both have "lito" motherboards, for instance.
On top of that, Geekbench confirms that the AC2003 has 12 GB of RAM. Going on the OnePlus 8 series configurations that OnePlus currently sells, there will be an 8 GB version of the AC2003, too.
According to an alleged hands-on image, OnePlus has incorporated an in-display fingerprint scanner and a punch-hole front-facing camera within the OnePlus Z. The device is expected to retail for around US$500, too.