OnePlus 11 AnTuTu Scores Exceed 1.3 Million, the Highest Ever for An Android Smartphone

For the first time ever, the OnePlus 11 reportedly achieved the highest AnTuTu scores for an Android smartphone. A screenshot of AnTuTu 9 showing the new OnePlus 11 with a score of over 1.34 million points has surfaced online. As a point of reference, the OnePlus 10 Pro with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 has a score of roughly 995,000.

At the AnTuTu benchmarking site, the OnePlus 11 was able to score 1341080 points, proving that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is the most powerful chipset that is currently on the market. The chipset’s performance was boosted by the inclusion of 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM and 512GB of UFS4.0 storage.

When talking about the last gen OnePlus 10 Pro, a comparison between the old and new platforms’ CPU results reveals, for instance, a difference of around 295,000 points for the former. The GPU results are around 575,000 and 440,000 points, respectively. That is to say, in both cases, there is an increase of around 30%.

It was just last month that Qualcomm introduced their newest chipset, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2. It’s expected to be 40% more efficient in terms of energy usage than the current one. It’s available with Snapdragon Elite Gaming technology, which includes things like a new Adreno GPU that promises up to 25% better gaming performance and a Kryo CPU that promises up to 40% better power efficiency than the current chipset.

The Bluetooth SIG listing, on the other hand, reveals that the Chinese version of the OnePlus 11 will be referred to as the PHB110 model. Additionally, it will come preinstalled with OxygenOS 13 right out of the box.

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The OnePlus 11 will feature a triple camera system on the back, developed by Hasselblad. There is a slider for notifications on the right, as shown on the official website. In addition, the smartphone may feature a 6.7-inch LTPO AMOLED display with a QHD+ resolution and an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate.

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It might have a triple camera setup in the back, with a 50MP Sony IMX890 sensor, a 48MP Sony IMX581 ultrawide camera, and a 32MP Sony IMX709 telephoto camera with optical zoom for taking pictures. The 16MP front camera embedded in the display’s “punch hole” is designed to take care of selfies and video chats.

While this is all the information we currently have, we will be sure to keep you posted as new details emerge.



Farhan Ali

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