Antutu’s Benchmark Test Score for OnePlus One

The OnePlus One seems to be one of the most interesting Android smartphones of the year and we aren’t saying that just thanks to its amazing marketing campaign, but also by taking in consideration Antutu’s Benchmark Test Score that has been just revealed. This information has captured everyone’s attention as long as the company has revealed only a few details about the device along with the price (below $400) and release date (sometime in Q2), but now, the CyanogenMod team has just posted the benchmarks that you can see in this image along with the following message: ‘We’ve been quite hard at work lately at the office. I can’t give up the goods yet, but here’s what you can expect to see soon!’

36,715 in Antutu

People have immediately guessed the device scoring 36,715 in Antutu is none other than the upcoming OnePlus One phone and it seems that this speculation is correct as long as the post was reshared on the official OnePlus Google+ channel.

Antutu’s Benchmark Test Score for OnePlus One

Antutu’s Benchmark Test Score for OnePlus One

What 36,715 points in Antutu means? We can only tell you that OnePlus One is actually much better than HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4, LG G2 and may other popular devices from the current market.

OnePlus One’s processor, LED notification light and Memory Versions

Moreover, we also have the first confirmed spec of this OnePlus One: its processor. Despite of all those previous rumors suggesting that OnePlus wants to choose one of Qualcomm’s most recent processors, it seems that the company has finally decided in favor of a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, given the “excellent performance and power consumption ratio” that this model offers.

We also know that OnePlus One will come with a LED notification light, as well as a new battery technology, just as the company wants us to believe: “You won’t have to worry about the battery! Plus, we will be revealing a ‘mystery technology’ for it soon.” And finally, we can tell you that OnePlus One will come in two memory versions including both a 16GB and a 64GB model, so that everyone could choose exactly what suits them best.

But as or source confirms, you’ll have to wait until OnePlus One hits the market in Q2 (which starts in less than a month).