Synthetic benchmarks are a popular way to determine the performance of smartphones. The number of virtual "parrots" is sometimes measured not only by users but also by manufacturers during presentations of new products. The testing results of the upcoming OPPO Find X2 Pro flagship were highlighted in Geekbench even before the announcement - and turned out to be a record high.
Even before the announcement, the flagship device was lit up in the database of the popular benchmark. According to published test results, running Android 10, it managed to score 913 and 3308 points in single - and multi-core, respectively - this is a record result for an Android smartphone in the updated version of Geekbench 5. The gadget is based on the latest mobile platform Snapdragon 865 and is equipped with 12 GB of RAM.
Earlier, the manufacturer officially announced the presentation of the new product on February 22, but due to the coronavirus epidemic, the event, according to the company, will be postponed to March. OPPO will announce the exact date in the near future.
"OPPO accepts and supports the decision to cancel the MWC 2020 event in Barcelona. After the meeting, we decided to postpone the global launch of OPPO Find X2 Pro, originally scheduled for February 22. It will take place in March. Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to introducing our new flagship 5G smartphone," the OPPO press service said.
This year, the MWC technology show was canceled for the first time in 33 years.