The OnePlus 8 is one of the next top of the range that will hit the market. Although we do not know in concrete when the new smartphones from the manufacturer will arrive, it is certain that they are already in tests.

The most recent visit to GeekBench confirms that. As you would expect the OnePlus 8 has a fantastic score. Both single-core and multi-core.

OnePlus 8 score on GeekBench

OnePlus 8 Benchmark

According to the passage at GeekBench the smartphone will arrive with high-end specifications. Therefore, we have a single-core score of 4276 and a multi-core score of 12541. These are among the best scores seen in the benchmark.

It is worth remembering that at this point the OnePlus 8 that passed through there is still under development. That is, it is fully plausible that the smartphone will be even more powerful than we expect.

Some specifications are confirmed

OnePlus 8
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This smartphone that passed through there has 8GB of RAM and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. Honestly, we didn’t need a benchmark test to guess what would happen.

Still, with the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with 16GB of RAM, some believe that the Pro model will also have a variant with such possibilities.

When the new OnePlus 8 will be revealed

If all goes as expected, it is believed that the new OnePlus 8 may be unveiled in the coming months. It is worth mentioning that the OnePlus 7 was only revealed in May. Therefore, if OnePlus decides to present its smartphone 1 year later, it is in that month that we will have its successor.

We should have 3 new smartphones

The rumors are still uncertain, however, it is said that this year we will have 3 models instead of the typical 3. According to previous rumors, the OnePlus 8 Lite will join the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro.

This seems like a questionable move, however, it is worth mentioning that the price of the brand’s smartphones has been increasing and this may be the move that OnePlus needs to attack the smartphone market around 400 € again.

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