The OnePlus 10T may have just set a high score on AnTuTu
An AnTuTu scorecard for the OnePlus 10T may have been discovered and it sets the benchmark for Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 performance, writes leakster Digital Chat Station.
A OnePlus phone, PHP110, ran AnTuTu version 9.4.0 and came out with a score of 1.13 million. For comparison, the Asus ROG Phone 6 gets around 1.11 million on that version, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra gets 1.10 million (both of which use the 8+ Gen 1 chip as well).
It’s a pretty slim margin, but the OnePlus is in the lead. Assuming the score is confirmed, of course (the AnTuTu team hasn’t posted anything about it yet). The OnePlus 10 Pro, which uses the original 8 Gen 1 chip, scores 0.94 million points.
Possible AnTuTu score from the OnePlus 10T (Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1)
The OnePlus 10T will cost £800, according to leaked info. Rumored specs include a 120Hz FHD+ AMOLED display, a 50MP main camera (no telephoto) and 150W fast charging. You can check out speculative renders of the 10T here – it looks like the 10 Pro, but with some notable changes (among other things it won’t have an alert slider, allegedly).
OnePlus is yet to set a reveal date for the 10T, but it is expected to be later this month.