OnePlus will soon launch the Ace 2 Pro with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset under the hood, the fastest Android processor yet. According to a leak two weeks ago, the chipset can access up to 24 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage, both of which are extremely high values. In fact, there was apparently a lot to the leak. Today the Ace 2 Pro was tested by the benchmarking service AnTuTu, in exactly this configuration.
AnTuTu also reports Android 13 as the operating system, which is not a big surprise. ColorOS 13 will probably be added as a skin, which OnePlus prefers to use in China. The international Ace 2 Pro, which might launch under a different name, would get OxygenOS instead. Exactly this combination drives the current flagship OnePlus 11.
In addition, the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro also uses the fastest currently available technology for the storage components – LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage. The display supports a 120Hz refresh rate, as you can see in the UX section. According to a teaser, the “groundbreaking” cooling technology may also have played an important role.
The overall result of an AnTuTu benchmark is the sum of four raw synthetic tests – the CPU, the GPU, the memory and the UX (user experience). Overall, the OnePlus smartphone achieved a test result of over 1.7 million points. This is the highest value we have seen on AnTuTu so far. This is mainly due to the very high memory score of 363,361 points thanks to the 24 GB RAM. With that, the Ace 2 Pro even surpassed the overclocked gaming smartphone nubia Red Magic 8S Pro, the first Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 smartphone.