OnePlus One passes the Antutu benchmark with impressive stats

The OnePlus One smartphone, which is touted to arrive in the near future for under the $400 mark, has yet to make an official debut, but this does not mean that it has not gone through any benchmarking processes just yet. The OnePlus One has appeared on the AnTuTu benchmark, where one of the more prominent members of the Cyanogen Mod team, who also happen to be the very same people behind the handset’s famous ROM, has already put up a bunch of screenshots alongside how it does in terms of performance on the popular benchmark. 

The upcoming OnePlus One droid has made yet another appearance before its official announcement, paying the Antutu benchmark a visit. The most prominent member of the Cyanogen Mod team, the guys behind the handset’s ROM, shared a screenshots with its performance in the popular benchmark. Even though the name of the device wasn’t explicitly confirmed, that fact the post was reshared by the official OnePlus account tells you everything there is to know here. So now that we know what the device is, let’s focus on the score. 36,715 points is an excellent achievement, topping the Galaxy Note 3’s result even though the two handset share the same chipset – Snapdragon 800. Obviously the CM ROM is somewhat lighter than TouchWiz and leaves some extra processing power at the user’s disposal.

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