OPPO Ace 2 Set a Record In the AnTuTu Test With 627,553 Points

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OPPO is getting ready to launch a new smartphone in its Ace range – the OPPO Ace 2. Shortly before the release of the device. The company has now published a video on the Chinese social network Weibo demonstrating the performance of the new device in the AnTuTu synthetic test.

The OPPO Ace 2 managed to achieve 615,984 points under real conditions. However, the manufacturer has also had the fun of going through the benchmark in a refrigerator. Thanks to the cooling, the device got 627,553 points. In any case, this confirms that the phone is ready to compete with the other most productive flagships on the market.

The manufacturer has already confirmed some of the specifications itself. The rest is known thanks to the Chinese regulatory authority TENAA.

Specifications

The company recently confirmed that the smartphone will get a “punch hole” display that supports up to 90 Hz refresh rate and 180 Hz sampling rate. Besides, the display will cover 96.3% DCI-P3 color space. With a DeltaE value of only 3, the Ace 2 promises impeccable color accuracy. The screen will deliver a maximum brightness of up to 819 nits.

The device’s TENAA listing has already confirmed that the OPPO Ace2 has a 6.5 ″ display with FullHD + resolution and will have a fingerprint sensor in the display for additional security. Moreover, the flagship SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 will power the device with up to 12GB RAM. There is up to 256GB of memory. Android 10 with the company’s own ColorOS 7 will run on the device.

The OPPO Ace 2 will be equipped with a 48MP quad-camera on the back and a 16MP selfie camera on the front. As for the battery, It could come with a 4000mAh battery. Lastly, the company has already confirmed 65W quick charge and 40W wireless charge for the device.

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