HTC One A9 Benchmarks Leaked

/ 5 years ago


Despite HTC’s struggling financial position, the company is set to unveil the world’s most powerful handset featuring a deca-core MediaTek Helio X20 processor clocked at 1.96 GHz, 4GB RAM and 1920×1080 or 2560×1440, 5-5 inch screen. Unfortunately, there’s no information regarding the cameras, battery capacity or internal ROM but this should be revealed in the coming months. Although, we do know that the device will run Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and set for a December 2015 release. The image below contains details of the handset’s single-core and multi-core performance in Geekbench: HTC-One-A9-benchmark

The numbers here are fairly interesting and compare rather well to other top-tier Android handsets. For instance, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge attained a multi-core score of 4394 while the HTC One M9 reached 2926. As you can see, the HTC One A9’s performance is staggering and the benchmarks look extremely promising. In terms of single-core performance, the HTC One A9 is outperformed by the HTC Nexus 9 which features an NVIDIA Tegra K1 Denver CPU running at 2449 MHz. Although it does come in second place and beats the S6 Edge which benched at 1311.

Overall, the HTC One A9 from initial renders look absolutely stunning and its performance should make it the fastest handset ever devised. Hopefully, this handset can turn around HTC’s financial fortunes.

Thank you PocketNow for providing us with this information.

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