The OPPO "Reno Ace 2" allegedly shows up on AnTuTu, possibly confirming its flagship SoC
OPPO debuted the Reno Ace in 2019 as a phone that focused on certain premium specs, most notably 65-watt (W) SuperVOOC 2.0 charging and a flagship Qualcomm processor. Now, there is evidence that it is getting a 2nd generation this year. It seems its wired charging rate will stay the same, although it stands to add 40W wireless power this time around.
The "Reno Ace 2" (or OPPO PDHM00) is also associated with a 5G modem for its Snapdragon 865 processor. The latter spec appears to be confirmed in a new leak posted by Digital Chat Station on Weibo. It consists of a set of AnTuTu benchmarks for this device, which is listed as running on the SM8250 - also known as the 865.
Despite this new evidence of the PDHM00's premium chipset, it seems it's a good thing it may offer additional high-end specs. It has barely passed 560000 in its apparent new benchmarking score, whereas there are other phones with the same SoC that have comfortably exceeded 600000 in the same test.
Nevertheless, a final product with the same specs could do better in the real world. In addition, the PDHM00 is known to have 8 and 12GB variants, and the alleged AnTuTu results do not specify which one was used in the benchmark.