OnePlus Mini: Hardware Specs Exposed By Antutu?
Before the OnePlus 2 was officially introduced, the company’s co-founder Carl Pei revealed that a second smartphone is also in the works and planned for a market release by the end of 2015. While Carl Pei wasn’t able to reveal much about the handset’s specifications, there have been numerous long-time rumors suggesting that the company will eventually release a so-called OnePlus Mini. Needless to say, many people in the industry expect the company’s mysterious phone for late-2015 to be one and the same as the fabled Mini.
You may also know that the OnePlus Mini was brought back into the headlines a couple of days ago thanks to a couple of renders (Phone Arena) showing the alleged design. However, today we’re here to discuss the smartphone’s hardware specifications rather than its exterior, as the terminal may have just been spotted in AnTuTu, carrying an MTK MT6795T SoC in tow.
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OnePlus Mini Hardware Specs Revealed?
Earlier today, the official AnTuTu Weibo account shared an intriguing screenshot of a new OnePlus smartphone that was apparently spotted in the benchmark database. The terminal runs Android 5.1.1 and is identified by the “A2301” model number. It seems to boast 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage, a 13 MP primary camera, and a display resolution of 1920 x 1080.
The handset appears to be powered by a MediaTek Helio X10 chipset, specifically the more powerful MT6795T variant that operates at frequencies of 2.2 GHz per CPU core, and sports a PowerVR G6200 GPU clocked at 700 MHz.
Unfortunately, we aren’t able to confirm if the information is or isn’t genuine, and apparently neither can AnTuTu. The original Weibo post seems to warn about certain inconsistencies in the database, so we advise you to treat the information accordingly and maintain a healthy dose of skepticism.
Stick around and we’ll keep you up to speed as soon as we find out more.