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Oneplus 10 Pro, Bad News: Are Benchmarks Disappointing, Will The Output Be Postponed?

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A few days ago, OnePlus confirmed the date of submission of OnePlus 10, which should be set at 4 January 2022, in the margins of the CES 2022 in Las Vegas. However, due to the imperishment of the Coronavirus pandemic, OnePlus’s participation in the ESC would be at risk, so the company would have decided to take refuge.

According to a Chinese leak, OnePlus 10 and 10 Pro should be presented on January 11, exactly one week after the original date: to support this hypothesis is an advertising video of the two smartphones leaked on the Chinese social network Weibo, which you can see Obviously, if the indiscretion is confirmed, it is very likely that OnePlus will also skip the 2022 ESC, as many other companies in the sector are doing.

While we are waiting to know what the real release date of OnePlus 10 will be, the first OnePlus 10 Pro benchmarks with 12 GB of RAM have appeared on GeekBench 5: the tests confirm some information we already knew, namely the fact that the phone

Unfortunately, benchmarks are not impressive at all: on the contrary, they are overall lower than the onePlus 9 Pro results obtained last year. OnePlus 10 Pro has in fact obtained 976 single-core points and 3,469 multi-core points, while OnePlus 9 Pro, a phone with almost a year behind, has recorded more than 1,100 single-core points and more

This should not, however, be frightened, because the OnePlus 10 Pro model tested could be a prototype still poorly optimized for the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset or still being developed. However, given that OnePlus 10 Pro should be almost ready, given its upcoming presentation, it is also possible that it is the international model of the smartphone, of which OnePlus tends to “block” performance to safeguard the battery.

Finally, one news of the battery a few hours ago is that OnePlus 10 Pro has passed the 3C certification, the main certification system of Chinese electronics, and according to the certification body, the phone should support the fast charging at 80W This also confirms the leaks on the impressive charging speed of OnePlus 10 Pro that emerged on the net last week.

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