OnePlus is pulling out all the stops to make that happen OnePlus 11 (Pro) to bring to market. While we already know that the device is from a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 powered, but we can’t say how that will affect synthetic performance. Luckily, the next Android flagship from the BBK group has been spotted in the Geekbench database, revealing some interesting numbers.
OnePlus 11 is faster than the Samsung Galaxy S23
Contrary to Samsung Galaxy S23, which will receive an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, OnePlus relies on a standard configuration of the currently fastest flagship processor from Qualcomm for the OnePlus 11. In contrast, the Prime core of the OnePlus 11 is clocked at 3.2GHz, compared to the 3.36GHz on the Galaxy S23 series.
Despite the reduced speed, the device was able to deliver impressive numbers. According to the Geekbench database, the OnePlus 11 has a whopping 1,493 points in the single-core and 5,112 points in the multi-core score. This means that the multi-core value is significantly higher than that of the Galaxy S23 Ultra which scored 1,521 and 4,689 on Geekbench 5. In this respect, the score of the OnePlus 11 almost corresponds to the result of the Apple Bionic A17 of the iPhone 14 Pro (for testing).
However, numbers alone do not say too much about the actual load in everyday life, since software optimizations and other parameters such as the heat dissipation capabilities of the device also have to be taken into account. Even so, the numbers have improved significantly over the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which was plagued by many performance issues.
OnePlus 11 storage and price
In addition to the best System on a Chip (SoC), this will OnePlus 11 is expected to have a 5,000 mAh battery with 100 watt “VOOC Charge”, up to 16 GB RAM and a new 50 MP triple camera. The company also confirmed that the famous alarm slider on the left will return next year. This also applies to the Hasselblad lenses and the logo of the traditional Swedish brand, which unfortunately has been omitted from the OnePlus 10T.
Probably because the T series is now seen as a slightly graduated series, which was once announced quite differently. At the time, the OnePlus founder and acting CEO was of the opinion that in the second half of the year, the actual flagship with the more up-to-date hardware would only be brought up to the current state of the art – rather the opposite of worse.
As for the price of the OnePlus 11, expect it to be around the $900 base model of the OnePlus 10 Pro. Or if we’re lucky, it will be as expensive as the OnePlus 10T at 700 euros. But that is unlikely to happen.
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