Following the introduction of the OnePlus Open foldable phone, OnePlus has begun to hint at its forthcoming number series flagship. In a collaboration with BOE, the brand unveiled the Oriental Screen, which is set to feature in the upcoming OnePlus 12. The phone is confirmed to be driven by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. Several details of the OnePlus 12 have already been leaked and speculated, with the latest revelation being its performance scores on the AnTuTu benchmarking platform.
The OnePlus 12, identified by the model number PJD110 on AnTuTu, has achieved an impressive overall score of 2,110,808 points. Its Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor alone scored 495,780 points in the CPU test. The device's GPU performance was noteworthy as well, registering 914,151 points. Additionally, it accumulated scores of 362,402 and 338,475 in memory and UX tests respectively. However, no further specifications were shared on the benchmark listing.
OnePlus 12's AnTuTu performance has surfaced
The display specifications of the OnePlus 12 are confirmed. It boasts a 6.82-inch curved OLED screen that incorporates the BOE X1 panel, also referred to as the Oriental Screen. This display will offer 2K resolution and a 120Hz LTPO refresh rate, with a peak brightness reaching 2,600 nits. It is highly anticipated, given its claims of achieving a DisplayMate A+ rating, among other standout features.
According to the circulating information, the design of the OnePlus 12 might mirror its predecessor. It is likely to be equipped with a trio of cameras: a 50MP OIS-enabled primary sensor, a 48MP ultra-wide-angle shooter, and a 64MP periscope module. The power unit is speculated to be a robust 5,400mAh battery, supported by 100W wired and 50W wireless charging capabilities. The inclusion of a USB 3.2 port is also amongst the expected features.