HTC One M9 Specs further confirmed by a benchmark listing

htc one specs confirm benchmark

Until HTC One M9 gets official, there is no stopping the rumors and leaks, even though it gets more of repeat thing. Today’s HTC One M9 leak story comes has a Geekbench benchmark listing to thank for, that features a device by the name of HTC 0PJA10, which we know as to be HTC One M9.

As for the benchmark score of HTC One M9, it scores 1232 and 3587 for single-core and multi-core tests respectively. To put that under context, Galaxy Note 4 scores 1176 and 3983 respectively.

Other confirmation from the Geekbench listing is that the HTC One M9 was running Android 5.0.2 when the test was conducted and that it does features 3GB RAM. The processor in works is eight-core Snapdragon 810 chip, MSM8994, but it was running at comparatively low clock speed of just 1.55GHz — retail units of One M9, also know as Hima, must feature higher clock rate of up to 2.5GHz.

Wanna know what device top the charts in single-core and multi-core benchmarks? Look right below.

HTC one m9 benchmark score comparison 2

HTC one m9 benchmark score comparison

Other HTC One M9 specs rumored till date include 5″ (could be 5.2″) Full HD display in use, and its camera could be cool 20MP one. It looks certain more than ever that HTC has finally ditched the ultrapixel camera with duo lens as found on One M8. Leaked pics also reveal a rather large camera in place of two camera slots at the back.

Earlier, it was reported that the HTC One M9 will be very identical to its predecessor, One M8, and initial leaks of the One M9 made us believe that, too. Only that reports revealed later on that those initial leaks of HTC One M9 were not real, and were just based on M8’s design for use in testing while preventing the original design from leaking out. Something similar happened before One M8 became official when HTC used One M7’s design for test units.

HTC is set to unveil the One M9 on March 1, at MWC, along with a wearable device that could be a fitness band.

Source: TechTastic | Via PhoneArena

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