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The OnePlus 5 smartphone has reportedly made its way to the AnTuTu benchmark website. A certain OnePlus device carrying the model number A5000 has been spotted on the benchmarking website, and it is assumed to be the highly-anticipated smartphone.

The listing shows the device running on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out-of-the-box. A Full HD display with a 1080x1920 pixels screen resolution is featured, along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, Adreno 540 GPU and 6GB of RAM. There will be 64GB internal storage available to users. However, the optics part remains confusing, as the listing shows a 16MP primary camera and a 16MP front-facing selfie camera. Recent leaks have suggested that the smartphone will sport dual-camera architecture.

Some suggested that the vertical dual-camera setup will in fact be oval-shaped, not round-edged rectangle-shaped as suggested by previous leaks. Two new leaks have even put to question the orientation of the dual-camera setup. New mock-ups obtained from Pocket-lint and AndroidPure show the dual-camera setup on the smartphone’s rear in both horizontal and vertical positions. The ones with the horizontal orientation show that the OnePlus 5 handset will have OnePlus 3T-type design.

The renders with the vertical orientation are very similar to the ones first leaked online. Coming back to specs, earlier leaks had suggested 8GB of RAM. This could very well be another variant of the upcoming smartphone. The alleged OnePlus 5 smartphone score 176,000 on AnTuTu. Whichever phone it is, it will surely give a lot of competition to upcoming and existing handsets. The next-gen OnePlus smartphone may get an end-June release date.

Surprisingly, the phone seems to have outperformed and outsmarted the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus based on Geekbench scores. The smartphone received a score of 1,963 points in the single-core test and 6,687 on the multi-core test. The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, which is currently considered the best Android smartphone of 2017, scored 1,929 on the single-core test and 6,375 on the multi-core test on Geekbench. The margin of difference is pretty low, but the fact that a handset such as OnePlus 5 can outdo the Galaxy S8 Plus is quite something.