• Thursday, June 27, 2019

OnePlus 6T on the AnTuTu benchmark

Based on the AnTuTu test results, it wouldn't be wrong to say that OnePlus made substantial improvements regarding performances of their new flagship compared to the OnePlus 6.

This smartphone came to us with several improvements compared to the OnePlus 6, despite having of the same components such as the Snapdragon 845 chipset paired with 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. However, probably due to running on Android 9.0 Pie and improved OxygenOS on top, overall AnTuTu benchmark score was 298011 points, which is quite a lot more that the predecessor OnePlus 6 had (289424).

Comparing this score to what other devices had on the same test, OnePlus 6T scored better results than Xiaomi Black Shark, but slightly worse than the Asus ROG which scored 299706 points.

Anyway, the results are on par with what this new flagship can offer, but will it hold on to the position of the second fastest Android phone? We'll have to wait for the November ranking to find out.