15 May 2019
We are only a few hours away from the launch event of OnePlus where it will unveil the highly anticipated OnePlus 7 Pro. Several leaks and speculations have told us a lot about it, also the official teasers and company’s interviews have played their shot well in building up its influence. So, now is the time to finally meet the device, but wait as you never know what comes next as technically, we are still at a good distance from the launch.
Some of the last appearances of the device have spotted in the benchmarks. The OnePlus 7 Pro device is spotted on AI benchmark site as well as on the Geekbench and on both the places, the device shows its worth.
The performance ranking chart on AI benchmark shows OnePlus 7 Pro listed with 12GB RAM. The device with 26,491 points is placed on the third position on the chart which includes all the Snapdragon 855 powered smartphones. The team behind the AI benchmarks mentions that Snapdragon 855 processor is currently placed on the top of their rankings and is without a doubt one of the fastest chipsets available on the market. The AI benchmark results aren’t accompanied by any detailed report, but the benchmark site explains what its tests include. Also, note that the OnePlus 7 Pro hasn't been teased with any AI features, the only assets we know about it are the smooth bezel-less display, pop-up selfie camera, fast performance.
It is possible that while OnePlus isn't explicitly teasing the AI capabilities, the device does include some AI traits and capable of churning out some good results in this sector. However, The AI benchmarks aren’t too mature to portray something that could come out as a real deal for you, at least for now.
So, moving on, talking about the Geekbench result, the OnePlus 7 Pro holds some interesting fast results. The device gets a multi-score of 11,012, and a single-core score of 3,551. This means the device is fast in performance and should deliver some fast results while app loading, multi-tasking or just general UI navigation. With its fascinating multi-core score, the device outdoes several well-known and renowned smartphones. But while it dethrones the Galaxy S10 Plus’ in multi-core score, it can’t beat the device in the single-core result. Its 3551 score is lower than the max achieved by the Galaxy S10 Plus powered by Exynos 9820 with its 4310 points.
Here as well, the 12GB RAM variant is listed, though unlike the Galaxy S10, the OnePlus 7 series comes powered with only Snapdragon 855 processor.
Let’s just wait and curb your curiosity as we move swiftly towards the launch. Stay tuned.