We’ve might have already seen the All New HTC One in all its glory from the dual sensors to every inch of its metal unibody. But now we’re finally getting our first look at what it can actually do on the processing power front.
Newly posted photos on Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Facebook, have revealed some scintillating new angles of the phone. But more importantly the new images give us the AnTuTu benchmarks show what the new HTC flagship can do with its rumored 2.26GHz quad-core chip.
According to some numbers in the photos, the New HTC One clocks in at an astonishing 38,000 points. This score beats out most of its rivals already on the market including the Samsung Galaxy S5′s 35,666 score.
Anonymous parties performed both benchmarks before each smartphone’s respective reveals, so we’ll have to take the numbers with a grain of salt. That said, it’s not a far stretch to imagine that the faster clocking HTC flagship is going to beat the 2.5GHz quad-core Krait processor found in the Galaxy S5.
HTC One 2, HTC M8, benchmarks, rumors, early reports, smartphones, processing power, AnTuTu, NewstrackIt’s still very early in the smartphone season and with each new phone the standard that this year’s crop of smartphone’s will have to meet is being moved up. From the looks of it, the new 64-bit chips and faster quad-core processors are already quickly speeding ahead.
AnTuTu benchmarks for the original HTC One came in at 22,678 points according to GSM Arena. Meanwhile, GSM Arena also recorded the more recent LG G Flex with an AnTuTu score of 33,336.
Benchmarks are of course not everything but they give us an early looks at what a phone can do. We’ll find out how much of this high AnTuTu benchmark score translates into blinding fast speed when we get our hands on the phone on March 25.