When one does this work very often one is faced with news that makes the skin crawl. One of these is what a ghost would see OnePlus Clover tick on Geekbench. We know this platform is easily circumvented when it comes to device names. We also know that a clever forger must try to make fake news as convincing as possible. Well, this is not the case since all the features of this smartphone that just appeared on the benchmark portal state that it is a resounding fake. Let's see why.
OnePlus Clover appears on Geekbench: a smartphone of the brand that does not exist in reality, that's why
The brand has just presented its latest smartphone OnePlus North. Despite the delays of the official distributors, the awaited smartphone is still one of the most desired. Since its release interesting news about Billie 1 and Billie 2, the younger brothers of Nord. One of these should come with a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 while the other still do not know. Well, many assume that this second smartphone is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 660
Let's go step by step: the device dubbed OnePlus Clover that appeared on Geekbench shows up with 4 GB of RAM memory, operating system Android 10 and a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 660. We now know that the brand intends to offer medium and low range devices, but certainly not one that will count on an obsolete SoC. In fact, the Snap 660 is two years old and we are sure that no brand wants to use such an old, albeit respectable, chip. This is the first thing that "stinks".
Secondly there is the name: as mentioned in the introduction, Geekbench is easily falsified but it is not normal for a device to be called with such a name. All devices are recognizable through a "alphanumeric code”Or in any case a series of letters and numbers indicating the model number.
Source | Geekbench