The trend for smartphones in 2017 was the bezel-less displays and 2018 looks like the year of ‘notches’. Even though the notch was first adopted by the Essential PH1, it became hugely popular after the Apple iPhone X adopted it. Even though it was quite a controversial topic, several OEM’s have started adopting it in their flagship handsets.
Now, a reliable source has revealed the AnTuTu benchmark scores along with some crucial information. Images obtained by Android Central from a reliable source reveals the AnTuTu benchmark score of the OnePlus 6.
The device is codenamed A6000 and scores an impressive score of 276510. This is now the highest score from the Android side of things, beating the Mi Mix 2S which also came with a Snapdragon 845. This is no surprise given the fact that Oxygen OS is highly optimised with great performance.
However, a crucial information has been spotted from the benchmark images. An unusual space can be found up top on the notification panel which confirms the presence of a notch. This goes well with the previous rumours which suggested that the OnePlus 6 will sport a 19:9 aspect ratio.
The OnePlus 6 is expected to sport an all glass design with support of wireless charging. OnePlus will stick with the rear mounted fingerprint scanner and will feature dual horizontal rear cameras. The smartphone is expected to launch in late June.