Prospective OnePlus 2 owners are in for some great news, as a freshly leaked video reveals the flagship phone running the AnTuTu performance benchmark on a 1080p (full HD) display, powered by Android 5.1.1 Oxygen OS out of the box.
Folks at Android Police have confirmed that the benchmark uses the Chinese version of Oxygen OS aka Hydrogen OS (H2OS), with its interface being identical to the current versions of Oxygen OS, except for some new icons and a custom font.
The benchmark clearly pits the OnePlus 2 in the performance range of Nexus 6 and Galaxy Note 4 with a score of 49221 points. The next-gen OnePlus smartphone, however, fails to beat the newer smartphones like HTC One M9 and Galaxy S6, despite featuring a Snapdragon 810 processor chipset on board.
It is also confirmed via the benchmark that the OnePlus 2 might actually feature 16GB internal storage and a fingerprint sensor underneath the screen. This should add to the hype and speculation ahead of the smartphone's official announcement slated for 27 July.
Although much of the UI text in the video is displayed in Chinese, the benchmark process seems to be self-explanatory and easy to understand.
If you are still sceptical, check out the OnePlus 2 AnTuTu benchmark in the video below (courtesy YouTuber Eason Qin):