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OnePlus 8 Pro AI Benchmark Revealed

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The global ranking of AI capabilities featured by Zurich Institute of Technology now lists OnePlus 8 Pro, the score appeared after testing with Snapdragon 865 Processor along with 12GB RAM, the device scores 33480 points which is almost equivalent to Xiaomi 10 5G smartphone.

According to the details, the OnePlus 8 Pro score has improved by 25% when we compare it with the previous generation OnePlus 7T with Snapdragon 855 Plus processor. In the current AI Benchmark, Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G and Honor V30 Pro, which uses self-developed DaVinci NPU, holds the first place. However, if you look at the integrated chip platform, the strongest is MediaTek 1000.

The exposed rendering by OnLeaks shows that the OnePlus 8 Pro uses a small-aperture punch-hole screen which can be seen on the upper left corner of the device, and it is an OLED.

Previously, OnePlus held a special screen technology communication meeting, and announced the technical details of the 120Hz 2K OLED screen. This screen will be launched by OnePlus 8 Pro.

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The company emphasizes that this is the most anticipated 120Hz screen in 2020. The screen sampling rate has reached the industry’s highest value of 240Hz, JNCD <0.8, far exceeding the industry standard (JNCD <2) and iPhone 11 Pro Max (JNCD <0.9) Will bring consumers the top 120Hz screen experience.

OnePlus 8 Pro Specifications (Rumored)

In the core configuration, OnePlus 8 Pro will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship platform, the device will also support SA, NSA dual-mode 5G band, the device will also support fast charging, and may support wireless charging along with that.

As for the price, the former founder and CEO of OnePlus Liu Zuohu revealed that when interacting with users on social media, the cost of 5G mobile phones is much higher than that of 4G, suggesting that the price of OnePlus 8 series will increase. Judging from the Snapdragon 865 model released this year, price increases are an industry trend. So we can expect the price increased by 25% as compared to the previous generation OnePlus smartphones. The rest we will see when the company officially announces the device launch.

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