OnePlus 2 variant gets benchmarked with 4GB of RAM

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OnePlus has gotten back to their headline stealing ways over the past few weeks with the impending launch of the OnePlus 2. A lot of new information has come to light, and today we got an official benchmark listing for one version of the OnePlus 2.

The benchmark listing for the device in question is the Spring ONE A2003, which is one of three versions of the OnePlus 2 that was just certified through Bluetooth SIG. OnePlus has leaked several details of their upcoming flagship, and while variants have been rumored, we haven’t heard anything official on the matter. According to the new benchmarks, at least one variant will have a leg up on flagships like the Galaxy S6 and One M9.

The OnePlus 2 A2003 was benchmarked running a Snapdragon 810, although it’s the 2.1 version of the chip which is said to improve issues with overheating. That’s not a surprise as OnePlus said their new flagship would rock the 810, but they didn’t tell us it would come with 4GB of RAM. That’s right, the A2003 may join the small group of handsets with 4GB of RAM, and that’s something many of the other 2015 flagships lack.

As mentioned, three different OnePlus handsets recently cleared Bluetooth SIG, and the A2003 was just one of them. The other two models are the OnePlus A2001 and A2005, and while the A2001 has shown up before, the A2005 is still a mystery. It remains to be seen if that model will have 4GB of RAM as well considering it carries a higher model number than the A2001 which will come with 3GB of RAM.

The OnePlus 2 is shaping up to be a very solid sequel to the original, but companies like Samsung and Apple don’t need to be shaking in their boots just yet. As great as the previous version was, OnePlus made plenty of mistakes in promotion and production and the same is likely to happen this year unless they surprise everyone by going global out of the gate sans the invites.

source: GFXBench

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